|Posted by hj on May 12, 2002 at 11:21:56:|
|In response to Re: Need help remocving the Hot water heater anode rod|
It any damage occurs it will be because the water heater was already in poor condition. You do not have to remove the water heater to take out the anode rod.
: Is there any possibility of us damaging the water heater by removing the water heater ourselves?
: : No. He just needs a piece of pipe on the end of the socket wrench to give more leverage.
: : : We have the sulfur smell in our hot water and are trying to replace the anode rod. The water heater is a Sears Powermiser 9. My husband has tried using a socket wrench to remove the rod, but it doesn't budge.
: : : Can anyone provide us with some help, or do we need to contact a plumber for our make/model of water heater?
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