Gas water heater anode is gone....

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snipped-for-privacy@snyder.on.ca wrote:

Try digging one in most of Florida, without it being under water. Hell, when they built the new Walmart superstore in Ocala a few years ago they found a cave that led directly to the Florida aquifer. They had to stop construction and pump it full of concrete to support the weight of the building that would sit over it. A few of the real old timers just laughed and told them they used to play in those caves back in the '30s & '40s, before the entrance was sealed. It isn't too far from Silver Springs with the underground springs, and Artesian wells.
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"Hard water [with minerals in it] will break down a water heater. Get soft water [minerals removed]." "In many cases, installing a water softener can [also] help reduce wear and tear on the plumbing due to hard water."
-- http://healthywaterheater.com/waterheater -- http://homeshowradio.com/water-softener-install-aquatex-2 /
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