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L 503.3.4 Hot Water System Design
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Hot water systems shall comply with Section L 503.3.4(1) and Section L 503.3.4(2).
- Recirculation systems shall comply with the provisions of Section L 501.3.
- The maximum volume of water contained in hot water distribution lines between the water heater and the fixture stop or connection to showers, kitchen faucets, and lavatories shall be determined in accordance with Section L 502.7.
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