Best option for GAS tanks with only one combo rod in inlet?

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    blufie3
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    I am considering puchase of a Bradford White high efficiency 50 gallon tank unit but they only have a magnesium combo rod in inlet on the unit I am looking at.

    Is there a way to enhance this product for tank longevity or will I just have to check the rod annually?

    Thanks for all the great, clear, plain english info on water heaters.

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    Larry Weingarten
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    Hello: How often the anode needs replacement is based on water quality and size of the anode. It could be from six months to six years. Check it in a year (less if you soften) and see how worn it is. From there you’ll be able to tweak the time period so you will know within three months just when to replace the anode… Then the water quality will change 😛

    Yours, Larry

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