How to interpret sewer scopes?

It’s been common when I’m looking at houses that the seller provides a sewer scope, but I haven’t really known what to look for/be wary of. I can tell when there’s a 50% blockage or if there’s a big crack, but I’m curious about scenarios like lots of little roots popping in when two sections of clay pipe join. One home had the line scoped, then hydroblasted, then re-scoped, and provided only the 2nd video — is that “saw a problem and fixed it” or “brushed a more major problem under the rug”?

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It’s been common when I’m looking at houses that the seller provides a sewer scope, but I haven’t really known what to look for/be wary of. I can tell when there’s a 50% blockage or if there’s a big crack, but I’m curious about scenarios like lots of little roots popping in when two sections of clay pipe join. One home had the line scoped, then hydroblasted, then re-scoped, and provided only the 2nd video — is that “saw a problem and fixed it” or “brushed a more major problem under the rug”? submitted by /u/BaronVonFunke [link] [comments]

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