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Jetting is great at restoring the pipe but on a total clog punching even a small hole thru helps a lot for when you come thru with the jetter that water has to go somewhere, but I am speaking of jetting inside drains not just outside. I have actually been trying to jet as much as possible but I am really working with 1 1/2 to 2" galvanized old Seattle in city drains.
ive been looking to get a jetter..........but with that being said i think especially in the area we r from unless its an outside line like a catch basin a jetteer is a great choice but id personally snake the line first with an auger and then jet if nessasary.but youll have alot of water so....be careful...or have alot of insurance....lol