Well, when I saw this thread I cringed because about 20 minutes ago I found just that in my storm drain between the shop and house.
It's 24' out and I don't know how to catch it from an intersecting wye, given the sweep follows the direction of the drain.
I can't even get water to jet these back towards the opening of the concrete drain.
I'm thinking shop vac hooked to a section of 2" to "hopefully" bring them back. I'm out of options because I poured that concrete with fiber-mesh, no way I'm jacking that stuff out to get those out of the pipe.
As for 3 more camera inspections today, only 1, mine was done. Didn't even pull the equipment off the truck for the first one because I had no pipe to run the camera through.
2nd job declined because I think she's strapped for cash.
The monitor for this gen-eye is extremely heavy, 200' spool of camera isn't a light assembly either.
It did everything I wanted the equipment to do, made money, going to make my outside plumber money.
Next pumper show I'll be sure to study ridgid's equipment. I've heard nothing but good as well before I even joined this site, so that's a plus.