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This usually happens if your pgm was link edited as part of another pgm.
I'll give an example using decimal values instead of hex to make it easier to understand (and explain ).
If the pgm that calls your module is 1250 bytes long and yours is 750 the length of the run unit is 2000 bytes. If you abend at offset 250 of YOUR pgm (you won't know that at this point), that translates to offset byte 1500 of the run unit. That's the offset you will see in the ABEND listing.
You need to find the offset into YOUR code. To get this offset, you must subtract the size of the calling pgm from the ABEND listing offset (1500 - 1250 = 250).
You will find the lengths and offsets to the beginning of each module of a run unit in the link edit map of the run unit.