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Old 11-11-2011, 12:14 PM   #1
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Question Plug size?

Anybody know the sockett size to remove the drain plug on the water heater,i dont have any larger than 1 in so i got to go buy as I cant get adjustable on the plug.
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Mine is 15/16" on my Atwood 6 gallon.
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On my Atwood it is 15/16.
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Ours is a Suburban and to my suprise i did have an 1-1/16 sockett buuuuuuuuuuuuutttttttt,now it doesnt want to break free or is it left hand? I have allready blown the lines and opened low pt drains and opened popoff while blowing.I'll work on later,got to go fix an ac.
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Yeah, the Suburban is 1 -1/16, and no, it's not left hand thread. Probably just frozen from gunk. It's probably an anode rather than just a plug.
I use a 1/2" breaker bar to remove mine from our Flagstaff PUP.
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If it an Atwood, one of the ends of a 4 lug wrench will usually do the job.

On my Suburban wh, I use a 1 1/8 socket. Lefty loosy
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Yeah, the Suburban is 1 -1/16, and no, it's not left hand thread. Probably just frozen from gunk. It's probably an anode rather than just a plug.
I use a 1/2" breaker bar to remove mine from our Flagstaff PUP.
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It took a 12'' pipe cheater on the breakover to get it to budge.Got to get an extra set to keep for the winter trips.
I had know idea those little chineese women assembly workers were so strong:hihi:
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It took a 12'' pipe cheater on the breakover to get it to budge.Got to get an extra set to keep for the winter trips.
I had know idea those little chineese women assembly workers were so strong:hihi:
They're not. They have 24" pipe cheaters.
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A few wraps of plumbers tape will keep it from getting too tight and still let it make a connection if it is an anode rod.
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A few wraps of plumbers tape will keep it from getting too tight and still let it make a connection if it is an anode rod.
Yes its an anode rod and for only 11 mos use it sure looked bad.teflon taped but the junk had it really tight.Just didnt want to turn a simple "drain the tank" into a major catstrophe.My old Winnebago had an actual drain valve which made it easy.
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