Here’s a question from our 6/15/2019 Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.
Morgan from Iowa says, “I’m debating if I should fix a water heater where the “reset” button keeps tripping or replace it.
“To start with, it is just over 20 years old (manufactured in January 1999) and I don’t believe the anode rod has ever been replaced.
“There is also a lot of manganese and the area has very hard water. I am also having trouble finding replacement elements. My current tank takes 1 3/8″ threads. I have only found 1″ threads. The thermostats also seem like different connections.”
We tell Morgan to buy a new water heater. The life expectancy is around 12 years and Morgan’s has lived past its prime.
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Read the blog from the June 15 show and listen to the full broadcast here