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: The first step is to ground fault test every load in the tub with a
: megohmmeter that will go to at least 20 megohms. You must isolate
: each load, especially from a neutral connection, then perform the
: ground fault test with the megger.
Thanks for the advice. Here's what we found...although we hired a licensed electrician to do the wiring he had the nuetral from the spa attached to the nuetral bar not with the other spa wires. We simply moved the spa nuetral to the correct location and our troubles were solved.
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