The Hot Tub Wiring Is Too Short Can I Install A Splice?
Yes – the wiring may be spliced in an approved junction box with a cover using appropriate wire connectors and bonding the ground to the junction box. The wiring from the junction box to the new location must be…
Electrical Question from Diana about Moving A Hot Tub Electrical Circuit
Background: Diana, a Homeowner from Burleson, TX
Question: I would like to move my hot tub and the electrical wires won’t reach the new location, can the wires be spliced to accommodate the move?
Thanks for your electrical question Diana. Yes – the wiring may be spliced in an approved junction box with a cover using appropriate wire connectors and bonding the ground to the junction box. The wiring from the junction box to the new location must be protected and the new hot tub service disconnect must be installed within sight of hot tub. More detailed information can be found here in this website. Just click the Hot Tub Wiring link below.
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