Originally Posted by zaine2451
Yep you really helped me out. Thanks. Another question though should I put the anode back in once I drain the tank for winterization? And should I turn off the propane tank? My MH is connected to a residential home at this moment. Thanks again!
It's fine to replace the anode after the tank is drained. Unless you plan on using the furnace, it's a good idea to turn off the propane valve.
This reminds me - I always write myself a note, date it, and place it in a prominent place (like on the counter top) after various winterizing procedures, which includes things like:
Propane valve OFF
Antifreeze in all lines
House water filter - not installed, needs replaced
Then I know exactly where I left off when winterizing in the fall