Hi all, I just recently de-winterized our 2008 Palomino Yearling 4102. At the end of last season I removed the anode rod and then bought a new one as we had the rotten egg smell coming from our hot water. Once I had the system flushed out and filled it up to sanitize, I noticed that there was a leak where the anode rod was screwed in. I cannot figure out how to stop the leak. I've unseated and re-seated the anode, I've removed and applied teflon tape to the threads several times, and I've tried keeping the anode looser and tightening it. Lastly, I tried cleaning the tank threads off with a round wire brush. I was really hoping that would solve it, but not luck. Anyone have any other ideas?