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Old 05-24-2019, 07:30 PM   #21
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I can get through one 1-1/2 abs 90 with the small camera havent really tried pushing it further i just have a feeling it will get stuck. Not too often i have to camera 1-1/2 drains though. But it did the job when i needed it.
Freaking sketchy to buy a 3000$ second hand camera that can't go more than 1x 90!! or even 2!
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I can get through one 1-1/2 abs 90 with the small camera havent really tried pushing it further i just have a feeling it will get stuck. Not too often i have to camera 1-1/2 drains though. But it did the job when i needed it.
Freaking sketchy to buy a 3000$ second hand camera that can't go more than 1x 90!! or even 2!
Its good for 2"
I didnt buy it company did. We have 2 cameras for 25 plumbers so it gets used every day
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Its good for 2"
I didnt buy it company did. We have 2 cameras for 25 plumbers so it gets used every day
For 2" I wouldn't worry, only shower drain are 2" here. Everything else is 1 1/2" so if it can't navigate through that it's a waste.

Can you ask your coworkers how many bends it can go through in 1 1/2" abs?(specifically the microdrain).
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I found an awesome deal on a brand new RIDGID CA-350 and it just came in today. Now I have to find a microdrain reel to be used in conjunction with it. I was very lucky to get it at that price.
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I found an awesome deal on a brand new RIDGID CA-350 and it just came in today. Now I have to find a microdrain reel to be used in conjunction with it. I was very lucky to get it at that price.



We have the same one but it takes AA's. I suggest straightening out the cable and drawing a straight line with silver sharpie so you know which way is straight.



Ours has been twisted so many times by newbs that trying to twist it now is really difficult. It needs to be twisted back to the correct shape after each use. The camera head itself doesn't rotate, only the bx cable housing does.







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We have the same one but it takes AA's. I suggest straightening out the cable and drawing a straight line with silver sharpie so you know which way is straight.



Ours has been twisted so many times by newbs that trying to twist it now is really difficult. It needs to be twisted back to the correct shape after each use. The camera head itself doesn't rotate, only the bx cable housing does.







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I think its the CA-150 that uses aa bateries? Do your camera records video and audio? The 350 is a 12V battery and I don't think there's other version of the same one with aa. Mine records video and audio but I haven't tried it out yet.
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Those can be handy to have.. looking for different problems... heat exchangers or furnaces and such
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