Installation

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First thing to do is to measure from the front of the cistern to the front of the bowl (A size) Measure inside the bowl, front to back (B size) Is the water supply on the wall at the back or inside the cistern? Do you have access to the bolts that hold the seat down?

If your toilet is different, don’t worry, we have a Bidet to suit all toilet pans. Call us on 1800 243 387
Please be ready to quote your A size and B size to our operator to assist us with sizing your toilet (see above)

Important Info:

If you are facing the wall, all electric Bidet seat power leads come from the right hand side and all the water connections are from the left hand side

* If power or water is on the opposite sides, a longer pipe may be required and a clear access behind the toilet is preferred

Modified installations with specific Bidet seats are possible.

We have a Bidet for 99.9% of all applications

If your toilet differs to this, please contact us

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How do I install it?

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Remove your toilet seat Connect your pipes Place Bidet on top Plug into the wall

Installation:

Everything required for a standard installation is in the box. *Standard installation is considered when you have access to the water behind the toilet and access to the toilet lid bolts from under the toilet. ( the bolts which hold the current toilet lid in place ). If the water supply is inside the tank or there is no access to the seat bolts an adaptor kit or top fixing bolts can be purchased or supplied.

Although the manufacturer has designed this product for easy installation, in other countries most people do it themselves. In Australia, the plumbing code mandates that this product needs to be installed by a plumber and we do advise that you comply. Same rules apply to other household products like washing machine, fridges with water connection and any water filter or appliance connected to a water tap.

Backflow Information:

All of our products are fully watermarked to the Australian standard WMTS-051:2016. In order to be compliant with the AU watermark standards, we have supplied the bidet with the appropriate backflow attachment.

Part of the watermark requirements all our products must be labelled accordingly. You will find the following information on the packaging and on the product:

THIS DOUCHE SEAT IS SUPPLIED WITH A BACKFLOW PROTECTION DEVICE COMPLYING WITH AS/NZS 3500.1. NO FURTHER BACKFLOW PREVENTION IS REQUIRED FOR CONNECTION TO THE WATER SUPPLY

The AU standard AS3500 classifies the bidet as a high hazard device and requires the installation of a Reduced Pressure Zone Backflow Preventer ( RPZ Valve). Currently, this conflict is being discussed with the ABCB who wrote both of these standards as well as many councils and state water boards.