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(a) Except where stored in tanks as provided in Section 5567, no Class I liquids shall be stored within any service station building except in closed containers of aggregate capacity not exceeding 120 gallons. One container not exceeding 60 gallons capacity equipped with an approved pump is permitted.
(b) Class I liquids may be transferred from one container to another in lubrication or service rooms of a service station building provided the electrical installation complies with Table FL-9 and provided that any heating equipment complies with Section 5575. See also Section 5580 for other possible sources of ignition.
(c) Class II and Class III liquids may be stored and dispensed inside service station buildings from tanks of not more than 120 gallons each.
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