Question about Water Heaters
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NEED PART # FOR ANODE ROD.
most anode rods are universal and can be bought in any large hardware store or plumbers wholesalers. Take your along to be sure, just make sure you shut off the water first and drain the tank.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
SOURCE: Breaker trips; reset breaker at
For many years electric water heaters were wired with #10 wire with a 30A breaker, as water heated technology improved in the 1990's water heaters did not NECESSARILY need to be on a 30A breaker anymore, many electricians began to install #12 wire and a 20A breaker, during normal operation the water heater drew 17A, as the water heater collected sediment over time the current draw increases and may trip a 20A breaker, I would suggest checking the wire and breaker combination and if it is #12 and 20A, you may have to upgrade to #10 and 30A
Posted on Oct 02, 2011
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