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  • #16
    Re: Cleaning sectional cables

    usually have the homeowner testing the tubs, showers, toilet's, sinks. i'll have the hose going down the c/o.

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #17
      Re: Cleaning sectional cables

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      • #18
        Re: Cleaning sectional cables

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        • #19
          Re: Cleaning sectional cables

          Holy crap! Am I ever glad I don't have to deal with tree roots. Just frozen pipes, even in the middle of summer.

          I do recall see some info with the gov't up here regarding cutter heads for industrial jetters.

          I can however say that high pressure cold water is the cat's meow when it comes to removing grease.

          Upstream, downstream, it doesn't matter. Don't get me wrong. It's a wonderful tool, but it's not a fix-all.

          But I do have to admit. Sure beats using a steam hose and a 3/4 x 50 or 100' fish tape at -40 below thawing a 10" sewer main.

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          • #20
            Re: Cleaning sectional cables

            I always use a jetter for frozen sewers.
            I've never used steam and have never had a need to.

            Do you have any tips on how to keep underground sewers from refreezing.
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            • #21
              Re: Cleaning sectional cables

              Originally posted by Gene Bickford View Post
              I always use a jetter for frozen sewers.
              I've never used steam and have never had a need to.

              Do you have any tips on how to keep underground sewers from refreezing.

              Check for dripping taps, flapper valves that leak. I advise my customers to avoid dumping left over water in the glass as it will start the ice blockage in the sewer service or branch if done repeatedly

              Also, doing the pee only thing in the wc without flushing can cause the same thing.

              Last resort is to set up a bleeder. Up here a homeowner is able to get a permit from the city/town to have a bleeder installed to prevent water or sewer freeze up. This is only temp. until the homeowner can get the repairs done. Setting up the ballcock in the wc be the most cost effective for the owner.

              We have installed on every water and sewer service a electric heat trace. This is local code. If there is a problem, turn on the heat trace and about an hr later, things are running tickity boo, provided there isn't a huge dip in the line.

              Hope that helps. Please consider the fact that we have perma-frost up here so everything is extreme.

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