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Ryobi 18V ONE+ Drain Auger + Li-Ion Battery & IntelliPort Charger Kit EXPIRED

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HomeDepot.com has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Drain Auger + 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Battery & IntelliPort Charger Kit (P4001-P128) on sale for $89. Shipping is free or select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks SAGAJI

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Written by SAGAJI Edited March 30, 2017 at 09:19 AM by jersharocks
I have collected Ryobi tools...and found this deal..
I'm not sure this is one of Spring black Friday deals or not..

18-Volt ONE+ Drain Auger + 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Battery and IntelliPort Charger Upgrade Kit for $89

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../300872998
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I'm a huge fan of ryobi tools, but this one I just can't convince myself is something I need. Just slap the $15 Harbor freight tool on the front of your drill and you're all set. http://m.harborfreight.com/25-ft-...20provided
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Try a leaf blower. That's what I use.

Super quick, but be ready for the dust/lint to really shoot out. My dryer's in the garage so it's not a huge deal. Just make sure you're blowing from the inside out.

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Looks like the tool only is $69, so for $20 you get an extra charger and small battery, pretty good value. Thanks OP.
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Could this be used to clean laundry room exhausts or dryer vents?
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Could this be used to clean laundry room exhausts or dryer vents?
clear clogged drains with pipes up to 2 in. wide.

a laundry exhaust / dryer vent will be much wider that that (probably 4+ inches).
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Could this be used to clean laundry room exhausts or dryer vents?
No. This is a spiral wound thick wire on a cable, meant to clear solid clogs in small diameter pipes filled with water. It would not work to clean dust and debris on large diameter tubes such as dryer vents. For that you would need a special brush.
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I'm a huge fan of ryobi tools, but this one I just can't convince myself is something I need. Just slap the $15 Harbor freight tool on the front of your drill and you're all set. http://m.harborfreight.com/25-ft-...20provided
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I'm a huge fan of ryobi tools, but this one I just can't convince myself is something I need. Just slap the $15 Harbor freight tool on the front of your drill and you're all set. http://m.harborfreight.com/25-ft-...20provided
That is a cheap basic solution, but the Ryobi has autofeed and won't subject your drill to the wet sloppy mess that accompanies a clogged drain.
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Could this be used to clean laundry room exhausts or dryer vents?
Try a leaf blower. That's what I use.

Super quick, but be ready for the dust/lint to really shoot out. My dryer's in the garage so it's not a huge deal. Just make sure you're blowing from the inside out.
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Try a leaf blower. That's what I use.

Super quick, but be ready for the dust/lint to really shoot out. My dryer's in the garage so it's not a huge deal. Just make sure you're blowing from the inside out.
My new (2013 model) Samsung front loader dryer takes about 2+ hours to​ finish the cycle, do you think doing this would help? Tia
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My new (2013 model) Samsung front loader dryer takes about 2+ hours to​ finish the cycle, do you think doing this would help? Tia
if you have flex line and not rigid smooth ducting, odds are your issue is right up front. it should be very easy to disconnect the hose clamps and clean it out
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My new (2013 model) Samsung front loader dryer takes about 2+ hours to​ finish the cycle, do you think doing this would help? Tia
Yes, should be drying much quicker. I'd do it sooner than later, as the dust and lint built up are very flameable and can be considered a fire hazard.
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Try a leaf blower. That's what I use.

Super quick, but be ready for the dust/lint to really shoot out. My dryer's in the garage so it's not a huge deal. Just make sure you're blowing from the inside out.
Just thinking about doing that the wrong way (outside in) about made me laugh out loud in my very quite office area. Thanks for that!LMAO
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My new (2013 model) Samsung front loader dryer takes about 2+ hours to​ finish the cycle, do you think doing this would help? Tia
Yes, that would almost certainly be your problem. That's way too long of a drying time for any dryer.

And as other poster noted, that's a potential fire hazard. Recommend you not use your dryer until you ensure the exhaust is not clogged.
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I actually just bought the tool only of this over the weekend. It was absolutely fantastic. I spent about an hour with my manual one trying to force it through the pipes but could never get it to unclog. Went and bought this tool, attached my existing battery, took 3 minutes to watch it do it's thing. Unreal how fast and easy it was.

I chose to pull it back out manually instead of rewinding, that way I could take it outside, rinse it off, let it dry before winding it back up. Even though there is a nice rubber drain hole you can open, I just felt it would keep from rusting that much better.

Highly recommend this auger even though it may only be a once a year tool to use for me, definitely a nice addition to my 18V+ set.
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