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I believe you meant to say Anode. So this would be a water heater or plumbing question. That picture of an anode looks like brand new. Are you having trouble installing a replacement? Sometimes, the ceiling isn't high enough to aim straight down into the opening. A flexible or linked rod solves this.
I believe Moen's Sand color is equivalent to American Standard's Bone and Kohler's Almond. There is a small difference between bone and almond, so you may want to see a color sample before ordering a new dispensor.
Welllll... in general, if you know who the manufacturer of an item is, go to their web site and look for a 'CONTACT US' link. You might even find a toll-free number to call. Then, you can ask THEM what to do.
Actually, the towel bar is probably made by Moen's subsidary company, 'Creative Specialties'.
"For Warranty or Replacement Part information Please be sure to provide your product / part number, type of product finish, the original install / purchase date of the item in question and leave your shipping address (cannot be a P.O. Box), daytime phone and (if available) a fax number, in order for us to contact you if necessary or promptly send your requested information and/or part(s)."
when you go to buy the filler, look for an "epoxy" product. read the label carefully. if an epoxy product is suited for your application, it will perform nicely. If you have access to the back of the bathtub, put some heavy duty tape or fiberglass netting/tape behind the hole before you apply the epoxy. It will help hold the patch in place while it dries. emblems? not sure what you mean but you may want to use stick-ons for use on the bottom of shower stalls/bathtubs to prevent slipping.