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Hot Water Heaters : How to Change the Temperature on an Electric Hot Water Heater

Before changing the temperature on an electric hot water heater, it's important to turn the power off prior to removing one of the panels. Find out about the two thermostats in an electric water heater with help from a master plumber and heating specialist in this free video on electric hot water heaters.

Expert: Chris Spannagel
Bio: Chris Spannagel has been a master plumber for 17 years and is licensed in Arizona.
Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

Series Description: Keeping a hot water heater in good working condition is the best way to keep warm water. Discover how old water heater valves will use more water than newer ones and more with help from a master plumber and heating specialist in this free video series on electric heaters.

How to Replace a Water Heater Anode Rod

Visit https://parts.rheem.com to buy manufacturer authorized parts for Rheem, Ruud, Richmond, Marathon, Eclipse, Vanguard, Hotpoint and General Electric (GE) water heaters. We also offer many universal parts designed to fit most other brands of water heaters.

Changing the anode rod every four years is a great way to extend the life of your water heater. The anode rod is a special metal component that’s meant to slowly dissolve so that the tank itself doesn’t corrode. When the anode rod is depleted, it no longer offers corrosion protection for the tank. To avoid tank damage, it’s best to replace the rod before that happens.

We offer anodes made from magnesium and aluminum, available in various lengths. Aluminum rods are available where sulfur odor or “rotten eggs smell” is a problem. Flexible rods are available where overhead space is tight for installation.

This video shows detailed step-by-step procedure for how to replace an anode rod on a gas or electric hot water heater.

Tools you’ll need
A ratchet wrench
A 1 1/16-inch socket
A 24” cheater bar or pipe
A Flat Blade Screwdriver
Teflon tape
A 2-gallon bucket
Hack saw

WARNING: For your safety, be sure to carefully read and understand the manufacturer’s Use and Care Manual, in its entirety, prior to operating, repairing or adjusting the water heater. Failure to do so may result in fire or explosion, electric shock, property damage, personal injury, or loss of life. If you do not understand these instruction or any terms within them, please contact a qualified service professional. Prior to starting any repairs or service on your water heater, please thoroughly read the Use and Care Manual provided with your water heater. If at any time you are unsure or uncomfortable about the suggested repair or service discussed herein, stop any activity and immediately contact a licensed plumber.

How to Replace an Electric Water Heater Heating Element

Visit https://parts.rheem.com to buy manufacturer authorized parts for Rheem, Ruud, Richmond, Marathon, Eclipse, Vanguard, Hotpoint and General Electric (GE) water heaters. We also offer many universal parts designed to fit most other brands of water heaters.

A bad heating element is the number one reason why electric water heaters fail to produce hot water. Heating elements typically last around ten years or less depending on the water condition, operating temperature and frequency of use.

This video shows detailed step-by-step procedure for how to replace an electrical heating element on an electric hot water heater.

Tools you’ll need
Replacement heating element
#2 Phillips screwdriver
1/2” socket Element Wrench for screw-in heating elements
3/8” socket Element Wrench for flange heating elements
Rags or towels

WARNING: For your safety, be sure to carefully read and understand the manufacturer’s Use and Care Manual, in its entirety, prior to operating, repairing or adjusting the water heater. Failure to do so may result in fire or explosion, electric shock, property damage, personal injury, or loss of life. If you do not understand these instruction or any terms within them, please contact a qualified service professional. Prior to starting any repairs or service on your water heater, please thoroughly read the Use and Care Manual provided with your water heater. If at any time you are unsure or uncomfortable about the suggested repair or service discussed herein, stop any activity and immediately contact a licensed plumber.

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