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Old Yesterday, 12:40 AM   #21
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I used to have one restaurant (Sisters - In Scarborough) the only way they could get the main line flushed, was for me to run my K1500 From a w/c 150’-160’ to the man hole, then they’d tie the flusher head to the end of my cable and we’d have to pull it back-up the main line..
it was a *****, the w/r was small and in a tight spot, worse was I only have about 100’ so I’d have to drive outa the city to rent an extra 100’.
Oh man! I hate running the 1500 inside, even with the guide tube.
I hated the k1500 period. It was a ***** to wheel in and out of each job,up and doing stairs..
let alone feed the cables without making a mess/or destroying floors/baseboards/etc.
It’s part of the reason why I don’t clear drains anymore.
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Old Today, 04:25 PM   #22
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A flusher head is the the same as a jetter nozzle.. or flusher nozzle... goes on the working end of a sewer jetter..

Been there done that most companies are like logtec.. plugged drains we dont do that.. me unfortunately some days got no choice...
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