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I had a call yesterday morning, new house on the beach, sewage all over, they were upstairs, didn't know the main had stopped up downstairs, and it overflowed their toilets and shower.
So I went over, took my camera, because I knew something was gonna be in there, brand new house.....something needed to be seen in my seesnake, I was sure of that
so anyways, blow past it, still stopped up, went back, cable got hung up for a split second and popped the drain, I ran my camera right away, the stoppage was about 12' from the wall cleanout, the main sewer was clear, so I ran the camera, and thats when I saw the screw driver.
so I pushed it down and out of the main after recording it for both you guy's and the customers
I wrote a very detailed invoice, and supplied it along with the DVD to the customer
I recieved a $85.00 tip, and many thanks.
I am glad I was able to record the problem, I was worried it may have been washed away forever.
What other methods apart from pushing it to a Inspection opening/clean out.
Does any one have any other good ideas .I have used my jetter to blast bits of broken toilet bowl out a clean out.
I thought of using a magnet but wasnt sure if it would be strong enough.
Also what about those 3 barbed fish hooks on a camera?
I know a bloke who got a set of tin snips out of line and recieved the contract for a large number of hospitals because of his good work.
I would interested to see what you guys have done in past.