Suburban Water Heater 232767 Magnesium Anode Rod

Item #:
50631
Brand:
Suburban
Model:
232767

Quick Overview

Absorbs the corrosive action caused by hot water and prolongs the life of your water heater tank.
Price: $12.99
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Suburban Water Heater 232767 Magnesium Anode Rod Description

Simply unscrew the anode rod to drain the tank. If the rod is mostly eaten away, replace with a new one. Always keep a spare in your RV toolbox. Magnesium rod is suitable for most areas.

Suburban Water Heater 232767 Magnesium Anode Rod Additional Information

Item # 50631
Brand Suburban
Model 232767
Fits Use Magnesium rods for Atwood and the Aluminum rods for Suburban & Mor-Flo water heaters.
Features These anode rods are Magnesium
Special Order Item No
LTL Freight No

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Perfect Replacement Part
When I dumped the Suburban Water Heater, I realized that the Magnesium rod was completely eroded and needed to be replaced for the next season. Dyers offered the original Suburban part for a good price, so I decided to buy the replacement and a spare. The ordering procedure was easy and the delivery was prompt and correct. It was a very good choice.
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Perfect replacement for Suburban water heater
I searched for this specific product using the part number. Dyers had it for the lowest price. When it came in I was a bit skeptical because it appeared to be used due to the fact the packaging had been open however it's a rod and looked to be new. It was exactly what I had in the heater and it replaced easily using a 1 1/8" tool.
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