drip from water heater flush valve
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  Re: drip from water heater flush valve by joshua5 (So it looks as if ou...)
You know the saying, “give me a lever long enough and I can move the world”?

Yeah. Get that. You’ll need it to unscrew the anode rod fitting.
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  Re: drip from water heater flush valve by joshua5 (So it looks as if ou...)
Put a cap on it. It's not a safety valve, so don't worry about it.

The next water heater you get, install a brass ballcock valve on it.
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