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  • #16
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    Just yesterday I had a soft pack clog that was caused by roots.
    Nice short run 44' to main. Removed the roots with my secret weapon and went 49'. No flow. Switched to spiral saw went nice and slow to chew everything up. Got 49' again and nothing. Ran in reverse with the open wind for a good 5mins, still nothing.

    Put a blow bag in for 1min and whoosh!!
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    • #17
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      Originally posted by Gene Bickford View Post
      Just yesterday I had a soft pack clog that was caused by roots.
      Nice short run 44' to main. Removed the roots with my secret weapon and went 49'. No flow. Switched to spiral saw went nice and slow to chew everything up. Got 49' again and nothing. Ran in reverse with the open wind for a good 5mins, still nothing.

      Put a blow bag in for 1min and whoosh!!
      Some times it takes all the tools in the box!
      www.ClinkscalesSeptic.com

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      • #18
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        the blow bag put enough water pressure to take the gravy you stirred up to flow.

        problem with a blow bag is if there's a downstream opening, the gravy train might flow inside the home

        had a customer that actually pushed the water up to his second story and stopped when his kid told him it was raining upstairs

        rick.
        phoebe it is

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        • #19
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          Being a septic guy, I rarely have to worry about such things. I don't go in homes to work. I call a drain guy for that!
          www.ClinkscalesSeptic.com

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