Originally Posted by Rustic Eagle
With my Atwood aluminum tank(s) I've always used the plastic plugs without incident (no potential for dissimilar metal issues) ...., I also like how the inside recessed 'cup' of the plastic plug catches loose calcium.
An adjustable crescent wrench works best for removing/replacing my plug.
+1 Never had a problem with my plastic one, and I'm still using the original plug after 3 years. I remove it and drain the water heater every time I store the unit. It's SUPER easy, and I use a 15/16 socket. That being said, I have a 2-pack of spare plugs in my tool box.
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