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No dwelling or dwelling unit shall be deemed to comply with the requirements of this chapter unless the following conditions are met.
(A) All plumbing is so designated and installed as to prevent contamination of the water supply through backflow, back siphonage and any other method of contamination.
(B) All plumbing is so designated and installed that no potable water supply line or plumbing fixture is directly connected to a nonpotable water supply.
(C) Every water supply line is so constructed that there is no possibility of a cross connection between a potable and nonpotable water supply.
(D) Every water supply line is in good working condition and every valve therein is in good working condition.
(E) Every water supply inlet is located above the flood level of any installed sink, lavatory, bathtub, or automatic washing machine and similar water using fixture, or above some unobstructible overflow thereof, and there are no submerged inlets, except submerged inlets installed with a vacuum breaker of a type approved by the Health Officer.
(F) The waste line of every water using fixture is trapped.
(G) Every waste line drains freely without obstruction or leaks.
(H) All plumbing and plumbing fixtures are maintained in good working condition, and all plumbing fixtures are kept clean.
(I) Water pressure is adequate to permit a proper flow of water from all water faucets at all times.
(J) Every water closet is of the trap type, with facilities for safe, clean flushing.
(K) No water closet is of a flush hopper, frost-proof hopper or similar type.
(Prior Code, § 96.13) (Ord. 3337, passed 8-7-1961) Penalty, see § 10.99