I'm in the midst of planning a Stenner pump install and a lot of the threads I'm seeing indicate that many people have used 220V models.
In my equipment area, I've got a standard GFCI receptacle on it's own breaker that I was planning on wiring to the timer/switch and using a 120V stenner pump.
But I'm wondering if I'm missing something. Electrical isn't my specialty. And I may be over-thinking this.
So why do so many people use the 220V models? Is it because there's already 220 there for the pump motors? Even then, why not just tag off one of the legs to power a 120V Stenner?
Thoughts please. I'm open to discussion.