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Old 06-06-2020, 06:00 PM   #1
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Anode replacement

I have a 2009 DSDP with a Precisiontemp hot water system. Are there 2 tanks or do both the electrical and propane run off the same unit? Is it tankless and no anode to replace?
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Old 06-07-2020, 11:45 AM   #2
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What model Precisiontemp? If you have the TwinTemp combined LP & electric unit, it is a hydronic system with both LP gas burner and 120v electric heat element. Hydronic systems don't have hot water storage tanks - they are a demand system where water is heated in a coil as needed. There seems to be no reason for an anode and I don't see any reference to one. There is, however, a boiler that uses an antifreeze-type boiler fluid. All this is covered in the Installation & Operation Manual.


https://precisiontemp.com/wp-content...anual-2020.pdf
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