Power requirements differ from each San Diego spa and hot tub. The smaller units simply plug into a 15-amp, 120-volt ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet. Other larger units may require a 50-amp, 240-volt feed to power the pump motors and associated heaters that may be installed. These larger units are hardwired to a junction box within the access panel mounted in a side access panel under the unit. On some models an easily removable panel or door gains you access to the pump, wiring and control for easy maintenance.

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