Due to a water quality issue that I was experiencing, my water softener contractor removed the anode rod in my water heater to improve the softened water quality.
I have sinced changed water softeners (to a Kenetico, which works great, but is rather expensive!!!); should I replace the missing anode rod from my water heater?
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