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Old 09-09-2019, 11:09 PM   #1
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The RIDGID Trident Cable Decoupling Tool is highly recommended but the instructions and online videos show an unsafe method of disconnecting cables for K-5208, K1500, K-60SP and K50 sectional drain cleaning machines . After getting smacked in the face with the cable, here's what I found to be the safest method for using . Remember the tool and your free hand should NEVER be on the same cable when disconnecting a joined section of cable.
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I have a trident and I ordered two more. Thanks for the demonstration on how not to get whacked on the face with a loose cable
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I have a trident and I ordered two more. Thanks for the demonstration on how not to get whacked on the face with a loose cable
first time I used it was on a roof and the first section of cable out the reel. disconnected and bam....right under the nose. 1" lower and it would've hit my teeth
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