Re: anode rods in hot water tanks
Posted by Sylvan Tieger on May 24, 2004 at 16:46:33:
In response to Re: anode rods in hot water tanks
: I am on a well and have just replaced my hot water tank last weekend. Someone had mentioned to me that I should cut off the anode rod and just leave the screw in. They said I will get smelly water. My old water tank didn't have one.

: Thanks

Who was this someone a PHD in Chem?

Was this someone a water quality expert?

Was this a local LMP Familia with the water conditions of your well after taking actual samples for analyzes

Or was this someone just dabbling in giving advice

Inquiring minds love to know who this "someone" is so we can seek this male or females advice on several water conditions topics

Thanking you in advance.. I could never ever give this kind of information out like "Someone" did
without actually knowing what I am dealing with in the water like PH factor

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