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  • jimcarry
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    Re: Hanging Anodes

    Originally posted by DCzach86
    I am hanging my anodes as presribed in the manual and this works fine. In the future I will need to get the anodes into awkward postions. Can I use stainless steel hangers with stainless steel hardware?
    you can just be sure that your hangers donot touch the solution

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  • DCzach86
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    Re: Hanging Anodes

    I am hanging my anodes as presribed in the manual and this works fine. In the future I will need to get the anodes into awkward postions. Can I use stainless steel hangers with stainless steel hardware?

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  • jimcarry
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    Re: Hanging Anodes

    Not a problem !! If you don?t learn something everyday your not working .

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  • HobbyTalk
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    Hummm... how did I miss that. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

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  • jimcarry
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    Re: Hanging Anodes

    This answer is on page 11& 12 of the Caswell manual and is exactly how I do it . Simply cut a strip down the one side of the anode about 1/4" in . Do not completly sever the strip from the anode stop cutting about 1/4" form the end use this strip to hang the anode also to to clip your power source to .

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  • HobbyTalk
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    Hanging Anodes

    What is the proper proceedure for hanging anodes in a tank? From reading I see that copper wire should not be used as it can contaminate the tank. Should the anodes not be completely submerged or ?
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