|Name||1/4 in. x 25 ft. Power Drum Auger||1/2 in. x 50 ft. Drain Auger||3 ft. Toilet Auger||K6P 6 ft. Toilet Auger|
|Cable length (ft.)||25||50||3.0||6|
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yes, but take it slow. Don't force it to hard.
My name is also Jordan. This looks old, but I do think this tool will solve your leaf issue.
Yes, turn counter clockwise until you feel tension and remove. Steps may have to be repeated several times.
If the outlet has a GFCI, it's safe. Make sure that the extension cord is a 3-wire cord - using a 2-wire cord could get you electrocuted.
Yes. The auger is safe for PVC plumbing as well as metal.
Not sure I understand your problem. Reading the information above. Is it that you can get the cable in and out of the plumbing but once it is all the way in it will not spin?
Best thing woukd be to remove toilet, turn upside down and try to reach in
I do believe you could.