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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.
1. Insure water faucet at the wall is fully turned on.
2. Insure the hose is not kinked.
3. After checking 1 & 2, turn off the water at the wall faucet. Remove the hose at the wall faucet and the washer. Straighten the hose and look down in the side that goes to the washer. There should be a small screen to filter debris. If it is clogged, use a safety pin or straight pin to punch out the debris. Rinse and reattach the hose.
If the above steps show no issues, then your water on/off valve inside the Bosch is shutting off too soon and most likely will need a repairman to fix or replace it.
In all likelihood, yes. The circuit probably has a 15 amp breaker and can easily carry 10 amps continuously. That is, the breaker and the wire are OK for that. Assuming the fan is 100 watts (it's probably less), you could run about 9 100 watt lightbulbs with the fan. The key is what else is running from that same junction box. If it's just a few other lights, or even an outlet or two that you won't be running a window air-conditioner from, then no problem. However, the fan, several 100W bulbs plus a hairdryer - that's too much.
Turn off the breaker and test that the power is off first. Disconnect the motor electrical connections and test that you have continuity through the coils. If you have infinite resistance in the coils then the motor is a dud.