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Old 08-28-2015, 08:53 AM   #1
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Water heater Plug 335DS

Anyone know offhand the model replacement for the water heater plug rod in a 2014 335DS? I'm not at the RV at the moment and was poking around online.

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Anyone know offhand the model replacement for the water heater plug rod in a 2014 335DS? I'm not at the RV at the moment and was poking around online.

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If you are talking about the anode rod for a Suburban, they are usually pretty common between the 6 and 10 gallon models.

The OE magnesium is a 232767 and the aluminum is a 232768. You'll need a 1 1/16th socket to remove.
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You can also use a 27mm socket to remove the anode rod. 1 1/16" = 26.9875mm

Harbor Freight sells a 27mm socket. It is better quality and less expensive than the special socket tool sold at camping supply stores. http://www.harborfreight.com/12-in-d...ket-67790.html

Be sure the water heater is shut off and cooled down. Release the water pressure by opening the faucets and pressure relief valve before unscrewing the anode rod plug.
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Last time I replaced mine on 6 gal I was able to buy one at Lowes.
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Ditto on Lowes! Inexpensive. They also stock several sizes of electric heater elements.
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