How ToFlushing the RV hot water tank jr69 6 years ago 11 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article Jim Twamley, Professor of RVing shows you how to do essential RV maintenance by cleaning out the hot water tank. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Oil Change for a Volvo S80 – How To jr69 December 11, 2012 oil change on a harley davidson softail part1 jr69 December 9, 2012 Honda Accord Ignition Switch Replacement jr69 March 29, 2014 How to Solve the Rubik’s Cube 4x4x4: “Yau Method” jr69 May 6, 2014 BF – AC-130 Gunship FIX in RUSH DEFENSE | Battlefield 3 Gameplay jr69 January 29, 2013 Gideon Obarzanek’s Digital Moves (PopTech) jr69 December 18, 2012 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 11 Comments scoobi2012 October 27, 2012 I have an Atwood model GC10A-4E hotwater tank. it works barely on LP ( takes 2 hours to heat to some what hot and not at all on electric. suggestions to repair? thanks Shafiq Lodhi October 27, 2012 0092-321-5070122 We would like to introduce ourselves as Water Treatment & Engineering Services Organization. As we are involved in all types of business related to water & waste water, since 1994. We also provide services for Water Tank Cleaning & Disinfection By Chemicals, Domestic & Commercial, Reverse Osmosis Systems, Water Filters, Water Softener, Chemicals and Swimming Pool Equipments. Contact Us : 0092-321-5070122 , firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com imbarcare October 27, 2012 The anode that must be replaced when it dissolves is not there for the “plating out of minerals” but for the stopping of electrolytic corrosion, the cause of rust-through. trev3411 October 28, 2012 Thanks! Very helpful. all4mac October 28, 2012 I would highly recommend NOT using a crescent wrench on nylon or brass fittings Use the right size wrench this way you won’t deform the fittings as their soft and become rounded after time . NukeUrNeighbors October 28, 2012 Could have drained off the water pressure by the T&P over pressure valve before removing the drain plug. seanseanseanseansean October 28, 2012 What about the bypass valves? What about if your fresh water tank has antifreeze in it? studpuppy69 October 28, 2012 What about disconnecting the electric if it is an electrical water heater so you don’t burn the element up, or risk shocking yourself. kngsunny October 28, 2012 do you need to use any kind of chemical also TheTxussweetie October 28, 2012 Just wanted to say THANK YOU, my hotwater tank was full of build up and wasn’t working properly. I watched your video and wa la…I went outside and did it. toobroke2fight October 28, 2012 Great info, But make your notes bigger or just list topics and chat about them off your head! It wont look like your reading us a book and makes it more personal!Good video!