Sorry for the mass questions but I’m rather new to this – how do you know it is an anode problem vs dipstick problem. Should I just eliminate the idea that it is a dipstick problem?
If it is an anode problem and it’s below 500 ppm, is the anode something i can replace? if so – how?
Also, any advice on how to qualify a licensed plumber for this type of job – as a female homeowner, i want to make sure i don’t get overcharged or a job that is anything less then quality. How much do they typically charge? I live in San diego if that helps…