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Nippontour
07-21-2007, 07:51 PM
Just returned from Japan and am sold on the bidet seat concept. Glad to see they are available here, but where does the water come from for the bidet feature? I looked at the spec sheets for Toto but don't see a tube going in to the tank. Will any of these work with a Crane/Rexmont wall mounted toilet or the American Standard wall mounted? Do they require professional installation?

I did spend 20 minutes searching archives, but couldn't find all these answers.

Arigato!

Peanut9199
07-21-2007, 08:01 PM
The seat has a tee that connects to the toilet supply line.
The supply line goes to the tee and the tee goes to the seat and the toilet tank.
You also need a 120v GFI outlet to plug the seat in to. The seat comes with a 3 foot cord so it it is usually less than 2 foot away.
Any one can install they are very easy. The electrical may be tricky.
Toto washlet seats will fit any toilet as long as it has a 90 deg angle. If you have a toilet that has a curved back us the E200.
You can go to their Washlet web site but be prepared for naked butts.
http://www.washlet.com/

Terry
07-21-2007, 10:24 PM
The S300 by Toto fits the Glenwall. As long as you have 2.25" from the center of the bolt to the tank, you are fine.

http://www.easycarts.net/ecarts/terrylove/Bidet_Seats.html