New GE water heater with slow anode leak
I just installed a new GE gas water heater and thought all was well. A few hours later I checked and found a small drip type leak coming from the top of the anode rod. Having never messed with this device, I am wondering if I should take the water heater back and go through all that trouble or if I can simply tighten the hex nut (if I can find a large enough socket).
Brand New, And Anoid Leak?
WHY WOULD ANYONE THINK THEY'D HAVE TO PAY A DIME TO HAVE THIS REPAIR DONE ? it's a freebe daa :rolleyes:
sorry about the pontificating
sorry about all this pontificating.....
I do have issues with all the hardware stores-- and
the products they sell and the promises they make..
waiting to see how long it takes to get it resolved.
i'm guessing all the box stores are selling many W.H . rs
to home owners. I can't believe someone that bought from h.depot would receive an $ 80 bill to seal a factory,leaking anoid .
just where does an installation snafo cause a leak on an anoid?