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Old 01-25-2020, 04:10 PM   #1
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Our first bidet

We have a 2018 26u with a maserator toilet. We wanted a bidet so we got a handyman to cut into the fresh water line in the back. Well it did not work because it had to compete with the water used for flushing. It was such a horrible job for him he did not want to pull the toilet completely to get at the water line back behind the black water pipe. We so wanted our bidet that we came up with a work around. We capped off the line he put in and put a 6 ft hose to the sink with a quick connect adapter. We have warm water this way. Not elegant but it works.Click image for larger version

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Beats a cold shock to the hiney.
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The white valve I assume you might be referring to is the control knob on the bidet?? There is a valve behind the toilet that you cannot see in the posted pictures. That is the water valve for the toilet.
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Beats a cold shock to the hiney.


Yes. With this bidet solution you adjust the water temperature at the sink and then snap it on and turn it on. One warm clean hiney Our bathroom is so small you can do the connection sitting down. We installed a hook to hang it up when done. All the parts, even the bidet came from the big box stores.
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