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As an alternative to golf tees, I use the disposable ear plugs, they work great.Bugs like to make nests in the pee holes I put golf tees in over the winter. One time it was so blocked up the weed cord would not work so I disconnected the hose by the motor put a reducer on the water hose clamped it turned it on the hose expanded then shot out some black gunk out of the pee hole. Must have been a mud dauber some crazy bug that makes a dirt nest
You can try using a wet/dry shop vac. put the suction end over the pee hole while running the engine on the hose. Put the engine in no wake mode. This way you are getting water pressure pushing and the vac is pulling.Thanks again guys. Some really good ideas here. I wish I had access to compressed air but that is one toy/tool I have not gotten in the garage yet. At least now that I know which hose I am working with I should be able to get to the bottom of it. Will update when I have results but am headed out on vacay for a bit so it won't be today! The video is great. Thanks again!
Just so I'm clear l, the 2 red hoses that connect to the wye fitting, as long as I remove or (cut to install shut off valve) the red hose and put it into a bucket then use a compressor to put air in the pee hole ?