Hi, this is Laura with Kohler Co. I am happy to assist you with your question. Yes; the Puretide seat is compatible with the Transpose toilet. Thank you for choosing Kohler.
Hi PPP, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I'm glad to address your question. When standing in front of the seat, the handle is on the left. Unfortunately, we do not offer this product with the handle on the opposite side. Thank you for choosing Kohler.
Hi Tam, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I'm glad to address your question. This lid can be manually raised and lowered by the user. If the user left the lid open each time, it would not need to be lifted before use. Thank you for choosing Kohler.
Fit on our oval Kohler. I think the shapes are standard.
My guess would be you are having trouble with water pressure being too low? Could there is an obstruction in the line or maybe the T-splitter is not open completely or blocked? Was it working fine before and stopped working properly or is this a new unit? You can pull out the wand with your hand to see if it got stuck.
Hi Kyd, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I'm glad to address your question. We have not tested our products with other brands. We suggest reviewing the dimensions on page two of the specification sheet for this product to compare it with the dimensions of the Toto model elongated toilet. Thank you for choosing Kohler.
Hi Amy, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I'm glad to answer your question. The product video showing the stainless bidet wand is featuring the C3 series seat. This Puretide model does not have a stainless bidet wand. It will be color matched to your seat. Thank you for choosing Kohler.
There is only one intake on the right side, and you cannot use hot water in there.
I presume you can get a manual from Kohler. I would check on-line. Also, Kohler has a 1-800 phone tech support and I've called them before and found them to be helpful. Regarding your problem, it sounds like the water pressure is low. If you have low pressure elsewhere, you won't fix it with the bidet. But as I recall (its been awhile) there is a filter where the line joins the seat. Turn off the water (and be sure your low water pressure isn't due to the valve not being open enough) behind the toilet and remove the line at the seat. There should be a small insert with a mesh screen. Remove it and clean it out (an old toothbrush at a sink will do). Reassemble and be sure the valve is fully open. If that doesn't do it, you likely have low house pressure and without a major plumbing job, you'll have to live with it. Hope this helps.
Leo, my name is Jessica with Kohler Customer Service. I am happy to assist with your inquiry. K-5724 does not require a vacuum breaker, the seat comes with all needed hardware for installation. Thank you for choosing Kohler.