Question about Heating & Cooling
Your anode rod is at the top of the water heater and may be under a plastic plug. I have seen them foamed over as well. You can get a replacement rod from a good plumbing repair shop or from the internet. Pull up your model on the net to see where your rod is located.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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