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Old 05-29-2019, 09:05 PM   #101
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Under ground flood... if you dont feel like watching the whole thing... go to like 7min 30 seconds to watch the gush
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Sewage pump dismantle and clean. 😛 dont lick your fingers

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I got to use my mini jetter yesterday, that was fun. Made me a paycheck so I can pay it off a little at a time.
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Awesome Tango great to hear.. every tool will come in handy there has been times I wished I had a small jetter..... like trying to flush 3" kitchen drains with a 18gpm jetter lol
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The cool thing on this one was that the pipe was visible donwnstairs and for once it was all done with 45s so the hose went in all the way to the 3" stack. On top of that no vent so I couldn't go the wrong way.

I just forgot to take a picture of the cut off piece with the encrusted slime so I can show to other customers.
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Awesome Tango great to hear.. every tool will come in handy there has been times I wished I had a small jetter..... like trying to flush 3" kitchen drains with a 18gpm jetter lol
Do you guys have a small jetter? I bet I'm the only one in the entire city with a mini.
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We have small electric pressure washers that we can use but, really we never use it.. I've used it a couple times in the last decade..

But I bought my personal snake off a plumber from up north that said he only uses his jetter now... and a hand drill snake ..

New builds now are mostly designed with island kitchens and traps under floor... if plumbed in proper you get the cleanout on the other side those would be handy to have the jet for because they are always sludgey greasy nasty drains
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We have small electric pressure washers that we can use but, really we never use it.. I've used it a couple times in the last decade..

But I bought my personal snake off a plumber from up north that said he only uses his jetter now... and a hand drill snake ..

New builds now are mostly designed with island kitchens and traps under floor... if plumbed in proper you get the cleanout on the other side those would be handy to have the jet for because they are always sludgey greasy nasty drains
Did you have to buy your own snake to work for your boss???
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No I have 2 sets of equipment... work equipment and home equipment(personal) if I decide to do my own thing or whatever I have it... or if I'm helping a friend or family member out I use my own stuff
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No I have 2 sets of equipment... work equipment and home equipment(personal) if I decide to do my own thing or whatever I have it... or if I'm helping a friend or family member out I use my own stuff
Which machine do you own?
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