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Re: When/If to replace the sacrificial anode. 12-year-old water heater.
I doubt if replacing it will hurt any thing, and most likely you will no have much more than a plug and a wire left on the old unit, if you do replace it and the heater goes in a short time , or so, you can always take it out and salvage it for a later time, on the new unit, who knows you may get another 13 years out of the old if you replace it,
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