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Wy Does Hot Water Smell Like Oil?

If your hot water smells like oil, it is possible that the water supply or plumbing has been contaminated with gasoline, oil or bacteria. This can be a health risk. In rarer cases, you may notice an oil smell in a new water heater caused by a chemical reaction between the water and the tank components. This…

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Why Does Hot Water Smell Like Rotten Eggs?

A rotten egg smell in your hot water can be caused by various factors. If you can only smell this smell on your kitchen faucet, it could be due to the fact that the drain is partially blocked by decomposing remains. The odour can also come from your water purifier if it is not regularly…

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Why Does Hot Water Smell Like Sewage?

If your water smell like sewage, your plumbing and supply may contain iron, algae, bacteria or decomposing organic matter. This problem may be due to the season of the year and may pose a health risk. During periods of limited use, water can become stagnant and develop these odour through stagnation and the presence of…

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Why Does Hot Water Smell?

Each water heater is manufactured with a magnesium anode to temporarily limit rust. In most cases, the sulphur odour is caused by water with a high magnesium content that comes into contact with the original anode already present in the water heater. In addition, this smell can be created by a bacterium (sulfur bacteria). The…

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How do I Remove The Bad Smell in my Hot Water

You can remove the bad smell in your hot water by removing the reacting magnesium anode rod that comes in contact with the magnesium in the water. However, this deprives your water heater of its only protection against rust. You can choose an aluminum anode rod that requires more maintenance or the titanium Corro-Protec impressed…

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Why Does my Hot Water Smell Like Onions?

If your hot water smells like onions, it can be caused by different factors. Here is a list of the main factors: A prolonged absence can dry out the pipes and lead to onion and sewer odour A clogged drain Incorrect temperature setting of the water heater that causes bacteria to grow The metal in the…

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Which Size Should You Choose For Your Anode?

The size of your anode depends on your anode type and the capacity of your water heater. In the case of a sacrificial anode, its rod is much larger than an impressed current anode, because the more material there is, the longer it offers a protection time.For the Corro- Protec impressed current anode, its protection…

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What Happens When Anode Rod Stops Working?

When the anode rod in your water heater no longer works due to wear and tear, it is important to replace your sacrificial anode with a new one. Indeed, this type of magnesium or aluminium anode protects the walls against rust by dissolving its alloy. Another solution is to purchase a Corro-Protec impressed current anode…

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When Should We Change The Anode Rod in RV?

It is important to change the sacrificial anode in your RV every year for a steel water heater. Aluminium tanks are generally not equipped with replaceable anodes because they have an inner coating of zinc and aluminium with the same protective function.

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When to Change Anode Rod in Water Heater?

It is important to inspect the sacrificial anode every 1 to 3 years and replace it after more than 50% of its wear and tear to prevent corrosion of your tank. Its lifespan depends on the quality of your water. On average, the magnesium or aluminum anode must be changed every 3-5 years. For the…

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