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Furnace access

I am looking to replace my furnace and have had 2 different people come out to give me a bid. Current access to my furnace is from my bathroom. The first company did not mention any need to move the access. But, the second company said it is against code to have any furnace access from a bathroom and insisted I move the access to another wall. I am wondering if this is accurate before I go any further. I would prefer to do things the right way, but don't want to pay more money than I have if it is not necessary.

I am in Utah, if codes vary by state.
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