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I would expect your tub is either 110 or 220. Currently you are set up for 110. Based on that ... you disregard the red wire.
If your tub can run on 220, you should run it on 220 as this is more economical.
You should probably have an electrician check this out and make any changes to assure proper and SAFE operation of your tub. You are using a GFI, correct?
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Posted on May 16, 2010
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