Re: Need help remocving the Hot water heater anode rod
Posted by hj on May 12, 2002 at 11:21:56:
In response to Re: Need help remocving the Hot water heater anode rod
It any damage occurs it will be because the water heater was already in poor condition. You do not have to remove the water heater to take out the anode rod.

: Is there any possibility of us damaging the water heater by removing the water heater ourselves?

: : No. He just needs a piece of pipe on the end of the socket wrench to give more leverage.

: : : We have the sulfur smell in our hot water and are trying to replace the anode rod. The water heater is a Sears Powermiser 9. My husband has tried using a socket wrench to remove the rod, but it doesn't budge.

: : : Can anyone provide us with some help, or do we need to contact a plumber for our make/model of water heater?




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