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Old 04-15-2016, 10:40 PM   #3
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Mr. CLA. I tend to agree with Mr. g. Take off the plate, clean it up well while checking the mating surfaces of both the plate and the exchanger body for pitting. Couple of coats of good paint on the plate, inside and out (looks to be cast iron so POR15 would be a good coating), new gasket with maybe some gasket goo and you should be good to go. Ah, put in a new anode while you're at it.
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