From the bloggers at Love Your RV.
Every year I drain our Suburban 6 gallon RV water heater for cleaning and maintenance. During this maintenance, I check the anode rod for deterioration, replacing if necessary and thoroughly flush out the inside of the tank with a rinsing wand. See more detailed information, photos and video in this previous post.
Because we spend the winter months camping in the US southwest, our water heater tank gets pretty gunked up. I routinely see loads of calcium scale and mineral deposits in the flushed out water and on the anode rod.
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