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What is a GFCI?  (Ground Fault Circuit Breaker)  
A GFCI is an electrical device that is installed to prevent electrical shock to the users of electrical appliances, in areas where water or moisture is normally present, typically hot-tubs, spas, swimming pools, bathrooms and kitchens.
The National Electrical Code, Section 680 requires a GFCI to be installed on all hot-tubs/spas. 

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