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    Posted: 08/June/2011 at 11:16pm
I use a Reverse Blowing Skipper Ball for Scorpion. Totally blocked customer still using dryer caused a lot of condensation to accumulate in dryer ductwork . In turn damp debris and nothing is working I also tried to create a negative air pressure by blocking one side and using my tm vac without success.
There was no way I was going to crawl under that house to resolve problem.
I told custy no charge because I was not able to repair it although the custy still paid 129.00 because she said I gave it a valiant effort plus tipped me 40 cash.

Has this ever happened to you and what have you done to remedy a scenario such as this?


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Ordering more stuff for jobs like this at heat and seal somewhere in Canada.
A snake and a forward blower skipper ball. I am also going to return the 26 gallon husky air compressor with 155 psi back to home depot and buy the 200 psi dewalt
Refuse to lose ! No surrender no retreat. Time to get a can of whoop A** out!
Nah, nah
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Ok ! I have a dewalt 200 psi . Also did some independent research. I cannot go underneath a house. But I heard you can hook up a leaf blower for  some added power.
MacGyver style. Getting creative. 
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