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What size socket is required to remove anode rod from GE electric water heater model SE40M12AAh?
Hello EDAN I believe it is 1 1/16" socket.I had 1/2" drive & extention bar as it very TIGHT & hard to turn the rod nut.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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Reliant is made by American
I don't find a 501 manual under gas water heaters at reliant.
The Reliant manuals that are available do not show the anode rod in the drawing.
But they do show an access port on top of tank.
The anode rod is usually under the access port which is a round plastic disc.
On some water heaters, the anode rod is under the steel top and you have to remove the screws holding the top on.
Some water heaters, the anode is connected to hot water outlet.
Below are two links for the do-it-yourself-er
Oct 23, 2010 | RELIANCE ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
Dec 06, 2009 | Water Heaters
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