TOTO Neorest 600 product review, MS990CGR
The TOTO Neorest 600, model MS990CGR toilet Review
Below is one just out of the box, ready to start installing.
We have already lifted off the washlet part, and set it aside. In the bowl, is the flange adapter and wall shutoff.
The back contains the floor template and mounting blocks.
Here are two views of the flange adapter. We will be drilling six holes into the marble floor, and using anchors with screws.
Notice the upper drillings for the bowl mount from above. The bowl has a spigot that drops into the rubber sleeve.
Jamie of Love Plumbing & Remodel drilling the floor to take the adapter.
Notice the outlet for the electrical that the washlet uses on the wall.
Whoever had replumbed this home had put in some nice quiet cast iron drains.
Toto Neorest 600 installation question
I would like to install a Toto Neorest 600. I currently have a 1/2" water supply to my toilet. Could you please let me know whether I need to replace it with a 3/4" piping to get sufficient water flow for the Neorest 600. I heard from someone that even if the pressure is more than 20psi, unless the water flow is sufficiently high, the toilet may not flush satisfactorily.
I very much appreciate any help in this regard.