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Thread: Is GFIC required on a 220v pump?

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    Join Date
    May 2012
    Jackson, TN

    Is GFIC required on a 220v pump?

    I am upgrading my 120v Super Pump to a 220v Ecostar. I know code requires wet location 120v installations to be GFIC protected which mine currently is but I've never seen a 220v circuit GFIC protected.

    In-ground, vinyl pool, 26,000 gals
    Hayward Sand Filter, Aquarite SWG, Hayward Ecostar Pump

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    Join Date
    May 2009
    Youngsville NC

    Re: Is GFIC required on a 220v pump?

    You just haven't looked hard enough !

    Last summer, When I replaced my pump, I also hangout on a home improvement forum. Yes the pro electricians said it SHOULD be on a GFCI circuit (even for a 240V ). Warning - sticker shock. The panel that my pump gets power from uses GE breakers (relatively inexpensive for the GFCI 220V) - and I paid around $100 - $120 buying over the web for the correct GFCI breaker .

    Some of the "is it required" is something you should check with your local building codes inspector.
    16x32 IG 19,000 gallons, Pentair 1.5 hp Energy Efficient Superflo pump (348024),vinyl liner, Nature2 Express , Chlorine dispenser, Hayward S-244T sand filter

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