A: unlikely, but even if it did this thing is still just a piece of junk. don't bother with it.
A: This small drain snake is better suited for sink and lavatory drains, tub and shower drains also. For toilets , a tool called a closet auger is better designed for stoppages in those and that tool can also be purchased at Home Depot.
A: Yes sir it did!
A: it should but the one I bought did not work on anything. it is a poorly made piece of junk.
A: I would think it would work ok for a toilet. I haven't used mine for that application though.
A: I think it's 25 ft long, so you could most likely reach from the roof to where the fitting turns horizontal underground, but I wouldn't count on much clean out beyond that...and the cable is pretty small... more suited for sink, and tub/shower drains...
A: I don't know how long the pipe is, but the tool has 25 feet of cable,
A: I have a one story house and used it for the kitchen sink, shower, bathroom sink and it has work great!
A: The cable in this unit is 25 feet in length and is capable of clearing soft obstructions in ½” to 1-1/2” lines. Keep in mind that while it has a 25’ cable the effective distance reached will more likely be 22 feet as you need some residual cable left in the drum in order for it to continue rotating when the drum is turned.
A: That depends on several factors. 1) My Kwik-Spin is only 25' and it doesn't go 25 ft because it curls while feeding decreasing travel distance to the blockage. 2) Larger diameter pipe will shorten travel distance to blockage even more 3) Finally, if you feel the blockage is within 20 ft or so it will probably work. Hope this helps...
A: About four pounds.
A: A lot
A: This weighs 3.85 pounds.
A: About 3 lbs
A: Have no idea what it weighs. It broke the first time it was used and went in the trash,