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  • Seesnake for electrical work?

    Hi;
    I am doing electrical work on my home, and wondering whether the Seesnake could be used to inspect what's behind the walls before I cut them open.
    I would need to be able to shove the snake into a hole, and look up or down the wall, so it needs to have a right-angle mirror attached to the head.
    I thought I saw such an attachment, but not sure.

    Thanks

    FW

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    Re: Seesnake for electrical work?

    Originally posted by fw2008 View Post
    Hi;
    I am doing electrical work on my home, and wondering whether the Seesnake could be used to inspect what's behind the walls before I cut them open.
    I would need to be able to shove the snake into a hole, and look up or down the wall, so it needs to have a right-angle mirror attached to the head.
    I thought I saw such an attachment, but not sure.

    Thanks

    FW
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      Re: Seesnake for electrical work?

      This one is also a pretty good example, showing you looking around using only a small hole (w/o the mirror attachment).

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2CCBhHFhUU&NR=1

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      • #4
        Re: Seesnake for electrical work?

        The mirror attachment is crap

        Completly useless

        I can get a better reflection off a 1987 quarter

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