It may be that “HASHLOV,US ADDRESS1,etc” should be “HASHLOV,US ADDRESS,1,etc” (the first col from multi-col list US ADDRESS). You can run a masking test with a non-existent seedlist and diags to recreate the issue and do further testing.
If you have DIAGLEVEL=2 or higher as an input parameter, you will see a SQL error message. It will most likely point to the SEEDLIST table not being found. When you have an error in batch, even if you have to trim the output file, we recommend using DIAGLEVEL=2 for higher for debugging.
SELECT * FROM GRIDT01.GTSRC_REFERENCE_LOV1 where RL_RN = 1; tells you what the names of the installed seedlists are.
By default, the seedlist is named “US ADDRESSES” and the mapping statement should be stated as