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Old 09-27-2008, 09:36 PM   #1
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After running my circuits from a gfci breaker in the main panel to the pump and heater through a condiut sized according to the nec. What type of box or disconnect do I set to branch off to hard wire to the pump heater and underwater light?

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After running my circuits from a gfci breaker in the main panel to the pump and heater through a condiut sized according to the nec. What type of box or disconnect do I set to branch off to hard wire to the pump heater and underwater light?

No disrepect, but I dislike DIY pool questions.

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Old 09-27-2008, 10:20 PM   #4
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I love it KC thats narrowing it down....reminds me of reading a fishing report and it says the crappie are biting in the trees......

BTW if that photo of yours for an avatar is your chocolate lab... I have one also (Maggie) but she doesn't care for P-Traps......

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