I’ll show you how to replace an anode rod on a gas or electric water heater. Changing the anode rod every four years is a great way to extend the life of your water heater. The anode rod is a metal component that’s meant to slowly dissolve so that the tank itself doesn’t corrode. #waterheater #anoderod
Anode Rode Info:
1-1/16-Inch Deep Impact Socket
1-1/16″ 6Point DW Socket
Full Length Anode Rod:
Flexible Anode Rod
Section Anode Rod
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