Got a call today for a clogged sewer lateral, sewer backed up on the floor, ran a snake down it and unclogged it and pulled back a few roots, so the homeowner had me camera the line, it was cement pipe and approx 45 feet long and had roots in every joint, so I told the home owner i had a special Nozzle (Root rat) i could put on my jetter that would cout out the roots, after jetting i re camered and there were still a few roots at the joints so i ran my camera and theroot rat nozzle at the same time so i could tell exactly where the roots where, after working the joints that had root intrusions with the root rat it cut the majority of the roots but still left a few dangling roots, is this common or is there better nozzles for cutting roots or is my jetter not powerful enough to run a root rat ? My jetter is just a cart jetter 4.5 gpm at 3700 PSI,
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