Originally Posted by Lloydg
If the OP is going to replace the electric heating element, I'd like to remind him to purchase a socket made especially for unscrewing it. I had to make a 2nd trip to the RV store when I fried my heating element because I ASS-U-MED it was the same size as the anode and it isn't. It's not expensive, you'll always have it and might be able to loan it to someone sometime.
Thanks for the suggestion!
I watched a YouTube video this morning. The job seams easy enough but that socket will come in handy.
The good news is this doesn't appear to be the end of the world, except that for some reason I feel the switch fried (the one on the hw heater outside).
I am not receiving hot water via gas either, by the way.
Thank you all for your suggestions. I didn't help matters as I got the two switches confused!
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