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(A) Every dwelling unit shall contain a kitchen sink in good working condition.
(B) Every dwelling unit shall have a room which affords privacy to a person within the room which is equipped with a flush water closet and a lavatory basin in good working condition.
(C) Every dwelling unit shall contain within a room which affords privacy to a person within the room, a bathtub or shower in good working condition.
(D) Every kitchen sink, lavatory basin, bathtub, or shower required under the provisions of this chapter shall be properly connected with both hot and cold water lines.
(E) Every dwelling unit shall have supplied water-heating facilities which are properly installed according to applicable laws and regulations for the city and state, properly connected with the hot water lines, required under the provisions of this chapter and are capable for heating water to a temperature as to permit an adequate amount of water to be drawn at every required kitchen sink, lavatory basin, bathtub, or shower at a temperature of not less than 120° F. The supplied water-heating devices shall be capable of meeting the requirements of this division when the dwelling, or dwelling unit heating facilities, required under the provisions of this chapter, are not in operation.
(F) Every dwelling, dwelling unit, or rooming house shall be supplied with a potable water supply system.
(G) All plumbing fixtures installed within a dwelling shall be properly connected to a sewer line or lines that discharge into a public sewage system, or if no public system is available, into a private or jointly-owned system meeting the requirements of the county and state health departments.
(H) Every dwelling unit shall have adequate garbage storage facilities or disposal facilities, or garbage storage containers.
(I) Every dwelling unit shall have safe, unobstructed exits leading to safe and open space at ground level, as required by the laws and regulations of the state and city.
('76 Code, § 210.11(C)) Penalty, see § 151.99