Water Heater General Maintenance Video Series
Video 1: Anode Rod Function and Replacement
To ensure that your water heater is being properly protected, Suburban recommends the removal and inspection of your Anode Rod at least once annually. Learn How in Video 1 of the Water Heater Maintenance Series 01.
Video 2: Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve (T&P)
The T&P Valve is a safety limit device that will open if water temperature reaches 210° F or to relieve pressure inside the tank should the pressure exceed 150 PSI. Water Weeping or dripping from the T&P Valve? Learn How to reduce the occurrence of water weeping in Video 2 of the Water Heater Maintenance Series 01.
Video 3: Suburban Water Heater Bypass Valve Function
You would normally use the bypass system when winterizing your RV or travel trailer. Learn more about winterizing and the Bypass Valve Function in Video 3 of the Water Heater Maintenance Series 01.
Video 4: Sediment Removal
Under normal use, sediment deposits will build up inside the water heater tank. The sediment and mineral deposits could lead to slower recovery time, less available hot water and higher energy consumption. Learn more about draining and sediment removal in Video 4 of the Water Heater Maintenance Series 01.
Video 5: Odor Elimination
If you smell an odor similar to rotten eggs coming from the water system, it could be caused by a high level of sulfur or bacteria in the water reacting with the Anode Rod. It is not harmful, but unpleasant. To eliminate odor caused by bacteria watch Video 5 of the Water Heater Maintenance Series 01.