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buc1980

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Posted: 05/27/18 12:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I got a foot operator china toilet anybody install a residential bidet seat in one.I am worry that the water system in a RV is different from the one in the house.It can be done?[image][image] Finely I figure out how to post picture.

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Posted: 05/27/18 01:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can it be done? I guess so, but why would you want to? A bidet is going to drop a lot of water at each use. Where is that liquid going to go?


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If you full hook most the time you could. Otherwise lots of water use as Don said.


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I did this about a year ago and I've been pleased as punch with the results. Took me a while to learn enough about plumbing to make it work, but that was because I was starting from ground zero. Anyone even a little plumbing savvy will have no trouble with it.

Here's the thread, complete with proof of how ignorant I was at the start, along with completed pics of the result.

https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29231505.cfm

If you're camping with hookups, this is absolutely the way to go. TP consumption drops significantly and the whole thing is just much cleaner and more pleasant. The smaller RV bowl will fill a bit, so sometimes as you use it you might want to step on the pedal to drain the bowl.

This is probably less than ideal for boondockers or those who aren't setup to drain the black tank easily as you will put more water in there, but the reduction in TP and the additional water will keep your tank cleaner.

To answer the question of where the water goes, the bidets commonly sold for easy home use are actually attachments for your normal toilet. They have a sprayer that does the dirty work and the water just drops into the bowl.


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Posted: 06/08/18 01:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank you for the info.I install a TOTO bidet and I am very happy.

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Post pics here! You did great work and others can definitely learn from that.

Your bidet is much fancier than mine. I go for more of the "pressure washer" type, but it does the job. [emoticon]

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Bierp wrote:

Post pics here! You did great work and others can definitely learn from that.

Your bidet is much fancier than mine. I go for more of the "pressure washer" type, but it does the job. [emoticon]


So how are you coping with the shot of cold water??


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Posted: 06/14/18 07:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The bidet got a water tank which is heat all the time so cold water don't hit you.That a japan design for a long time.

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We got ours from bluebidet.com easy to install and shot of cold water just settles you down.

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Posted: 06/15/18 07:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The RV market start to install them on expensive motor home.Soon will be an option on all RV.

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