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    Clog popper

    Been seeing a new ad on here for the Clog Popper. Anyone here tried it yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvillehvac View Post
    Been seeing a new ad on here for the Clog Popper. Anyone here tried it yet?
    I have. It works. It's surprising considering how inexpensive they are. I don't buy CO2 carts anymore. It's one of those things that makes you wonder why no one invented it before now.

    You really need to get the accessory kit to get the most out of it unless you have barbed adapters, plugs, etc. on your truck already. Otherwise, yes, I have one and it works very good.

    BTW, I checked out some Amazon reviews before I bought.

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    Looks cool. It's good to have many tools in your arsenal.

    Youtube vid

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAyX8Qk3GDs
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    Most of the drains around here drain to a sink so it would be worthless for me. This is what I use http://www.rehvacsterling.com/produc...eaning-system/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3DFanatic View Post
    Most of the drains around here drain to a sink so it would be worthless for me. This is what I use http://www.rehvacsterling.com/produc...eaning-system/
    What is this worth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirTechMech View Post
    What is this worth?
    I purchased it on sale at Insco for $180. Most of supply houses seem to have it for $250 around here but even at that I feel it is worth it.

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    I saw the vid for it as well via SmartHVAC products on FB. Looks good if you have access to the exit of the drain, but sometimes that's where the clog is and you can't get to it. Still looks like a handy tool though!

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    Saw this little hand pump used on job today my coworker had. He purchased at Johnstone for around 15 bucks. Worked pretty good. Not saying for every clog but it was light and easy to store.
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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    It wasnt the Mighty Pump, was it? My last employer bought all of us one, i think 8 or 10, and they all broke apart i believe.
    They clogged easily and the plastic handles and where you put your feet to hold it down broke easily. And the hoses leaked.

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    I just bought one, it's so cheap I figured might as well. I'll let you guys know how it works.

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    It trains your men 2 be Lazy. The dirt begins in the pan. It's a band-aid approach. Put that helper to work Kleen that Pan with a wet vac. Can't plug it in on a roof tap 110 from box.

    ID rather buy a minature wet vac there like 30 dollars. Now if they designed it with a telescopic hook than it serves more than one purpose,, To pull that last filter u can't reach. Metal hangers are rare
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    Sometimes you cant get to the ID coil with out breaking the seal, and the price you have to build in is a price a HO is not willing to pay

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    Its been almost a year. Does anyone still use it? I also see fieldpiece sells it now as the scp2

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