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Features

  • Pull trigger and turn handle, or add any variable speed (left / right) chuck drill machine for extra power.
  • Cable self-feeds down drain.
  • No mess. Hands don’t touch cable.
  • Equipped with 1/4" x 25" (6.3 mm x 7.6 m) MAXCORE® cable with bulb auger.

Ordering Information

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Catalog Number Model No. Description Diameter Length Weight
in. mm ft. m lb. kg
41408 Power Spin  Hand Spinner with Bulb Auger  1/4  25  2.2 
42163 Cable  MAXCORE Replacement Cable  1/4  25  1.4 
Power Spin with AUTOFEED® is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 23.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from I do not recommned this product. Product is easy to use, but has poor performance, has no durability, broke on first use.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from this product broke after the first time using it. I purchased this and the first time I used it broke,
Date published: 2016-08-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plastic connector The product works great until the plastic piece that connects the cable to the crank breaks. It happened to me the third time I used it. Why put a plastic connector between two pieces of metal? Planned obsolescence! It works great until it doesn't.
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for sinks and bath tubs This a must to have if you are a landlord. When you attach to your drill it is amazing, I use it all the time.
Date published: 2016-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Complete junk and waste of money. Purchased yesterday to solve a clogged kitchen drain. Halfway in the unit would no longer push forward and something was banging around the drum. Retrieved the cable manually took it outside to dismantle it and found the plastic and washer clamp that actually hold the cable in place broken off. Let me tell you that this is a major design flaw. It should be 5 times as robust and shoukd be metal and not plastic. Who engineered this thing? Best thing yet was home depot wouldn't take it back since it was used and hazardous waste. Had to have a plumber come out as I was not spending more money on another snake and was too angry to continue. Not a happy camper.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor quality product Used it twice. The second time it wouldn't rewind. The cable broke off the plastic housing. Too bad I always thought Rigid was a quality company.
Date published: 2016-02-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Broke during initial use. During the initial use of the product, while re-winding the cable from the drain the red part with the screw that holds the cable in the drum broke off. I had to pull the cable out of the drain by hand because the product doesn't function anymore. Up until that point I was very pleased with the products performance. Just like another review pointed out...why is it a plastic piece and not metal. (Shall I say my money went down the drain).
Date published: 2016-02-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Broken drill spoke This is a good tool and works well. I used it a few times before, but the last time i used it the part that connects to the drill broke from its plastic holder (the red part) and is now no longer useful. The problem with this tool is it's made out of plastic when it should be all metal or more durable for such a harsh job.
Date published: 2016-01-06
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2 Questions | 4 Answers

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Just bought this and was going through the manual and it says to clean the auger after use. Ridgid also sells a rust inhibiter, but how do you get the thing apart. There is no information anywhere in the book.
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Answer: 
If you look at the cleaner there is 3 Phillip head screws on the back. unscrew - pull apart - spray - screw,
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Answer: 
there are 4 screws in the back of the drum . remove the screws and the drum comes apart or you can pull the cable totally out of the front of the tool for cleaning the cable and rust proofing which needs to be done after each use anyway. wd 40 or a light weight motor oil can be used to rust proof the cable because a lot of times a liquid drain cleaner has been used and it is very corrosive and will eat up the cable causing it to break off in the pipe and cause more labor time and cost.
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Answer: 
The best way to clean the cable in a power spin is to manually pull the cable out of the unit. I generally do this in an area where I have some room to lay the cable out in front of me.
The cable is attached to the inside of the drum so once you get to the end you will feel some resistance at which point you can stop puling.
Cleaning is really wiping the moisture off of the cable, especially if it is not going to be used for a while.

While we no longer sell the rust inhibitor, rag moistened with some oil will suffice to help prevent rust and corrosion.

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Answer: 
After I clear the blockage which I usually do while running water down the drain, I pull out the cable while still running water. This does a basic cleaning of the cable as I remove it.
Then I'll use some pliers to remove any hair/accumulation build-up from the auger bulb.
In my maintenance room or basement, I'll then pull out the entire cable and let it dry on the ground.
Next day, I'll put on some nitrile gloves, saturate a rag/paper towel with oil and slide the cable through it as I reload the drum.

I have always gotten very good results by treating the cable in this manner...negligible cable rust.
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I have a rigid power spin tool. It seems that I may have lost some parts for the handle, where either a drill can be connected or turning the handle. HOw do I get the parts?
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