Clean the bidet toilet seat – To clean the actual bidet toilet seat, first you’ll need to completely detach it from the toilet. To do this, look for release latch button on the right side of the bidet (see image). Pressing this button will detach the bidet from the positioning bracket allowing you to remove the whole unit from the toilet.
Once removed, the bidet can be cleaned with a soft cloth and some soap (do not use cleaning agents with harsh chemicals or abrasives). For optimal hygiene, with the bidet completely removed, the toilet itself can be thoroughly cleaned from top to bottom. After the toilet is cleaned, the last step is to reattach the bidet back to the toilet.
Simply slide the bidet back into the positioning bracket until you hear a “click” sound. Once you hear this sound, the bidet should be ready to go. If you do not hear a “click” sound, the bidet was not properly reattached to the positioning bracket.
How do you remove a manual Bidet seat?
Procedure for Removing a Manual Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment 1 Turn off the water supply.2 At the farthest back of your toilet bowl, located in front of the water tank, there are two pairs of bolts and nuts hiding underneath.3 With the help of the screwdriver, hold the head of the bolt down to provide support. More items
How to install a bidet toilet?
Step One – Remove the Toilet Seat –
This step is for those who will be starting with a traditional toilet seat. Nevertheless, if you are just replacing your old bidet toilet seat, you may skip this step and just follow the ” How to Remove a Bidet Toilet Seat ” guide above. After you’ve closed the seat’s lid, you will see two caps on both sides of the toilet.
These screw caps cover the screws that keep the toilet seat in its place. With the help of a flathead screwdriver, pop the caps open to reveal the screws or bolt heads. Unscrew the bolts using the same screwdriver. Once you’ve removed the bolts, merely lift the the toilet seat, and it should come off quickly.
Now, you should be looking at your toilet without its seat. You should be able to see two mounting holes right behind the bowl.
How to fix a bidet that won’t wash?
Step One – Disconnect the Water Supply –
The first thing that you will need to do is disconnect the water supply from the bidet seat. In order to do such, turn the water supply off by turning the knob. After you’ve turned the water supply off, proceed with removing the water hose from the bidet seat and then from the T-connector.
If you are replacing your bidet seat with a traditional toilet seat, you will also have to remove the T-connector. Otherwise, you can leave the T-connector on. Next, you need to remove the hose connecting the water supply to the water tank. After you’ve removed both water hoses connected to the T-connector, proceed with removing the T-connector as well.
Removing a USPA Bidet Seat from the toilet pan
Once done, you can continue to step two.
How to remove a toilet seat?
- Remove bolt caps covering the seat fasteners. They should be at the back of the seat where the hinges are. Lift the bolts caps upwards using the screwdriver to expose the screws.
- Look underneath the seat, you should see a mounting nut that holds the screw and seat in place. Grip the nut with a wrench firmly and unwound. If the nut is in the shape of a wing nut, you can grip it by hand, if not, use a pair of pliers or vice grips to hold it. Don’t use too much pressure, especially if they’re made from plastic.
- Unfasten the bolts and use the screwdriver to unwound the screw. Use a large screwdriver to get the job done faster and for better results.
- Take out the nuts and screws. Place them away as you wait to replace them. Put them in a plastic bag more especially if made with metal to avoid rust.
- Now take out the toilet seat and wipe down with a piece of cloth or paper towel.