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Old 04-04-2014, 12:49 PM   #43
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Bleach helps and is part of our routine maintenance on large boats. But we have also discovered that adding a tablet of denture cleaners each time you fill tank keeps water nice and fresh.
The cause of it I believe is an indication
n that you need to change the anode in the water heater itself. I don't think people realize that they wear down.
We did that. Not a difficult job and no smell since.
A denture cleaner tablet in the water tanj and you can drink the water?
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Old 04-05-2014, 10:41 PM   #44
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I need to be careful, the threads of the drain are barely visible. I dont wanna ruin the hw by stripping the plug
Find a plumber with a 3/4 inch pipe tap and clean the threads up in the tank while they are still visible. New anode will have new threads. I use never-seeze on my plug
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Find a plumber with a 3/4 inch pipe tap and clean the threads up in the tank while they are still visible. New anode will have new threads. I use never-seeze on my plug
Can i buy a pipe tap? Prolly cheaper than a plumber. Lol
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