The T-connector is supplied with the bidet. The outlets connect directly to the toilet tank and the hose to the bidet. The inlet connects to the hose from the water supply that was previously connected to the toilet tank
Best practice is to install a grounded outlet box in the wall, at least 6" above the floor (to prevent water on the floor from reaching the box—a building code requirement). The outlet box should have GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter); this will interrupt the current if an unwanted electrical path develops—for example, between the hot blade of the plug, your body, and the cleansing water stream. The GFI senses this fault, and interrupts the electrical flow before a dangerous shock can occur. If you want to temporarily use an extension cord, it should be rated for 120 volts and at least 15 or 20 amps and use a three wire (hot/neutral/ground) cable with a three prong plug and a three prong socket. From the c200 washlet data sheet, the maximum current draw is likely 5 amps. The extension cored MUST be plugged into a GFI protected wall socket. I would also recommend securely taping the extension cord to the plug connected to the washlet (so that all three conductors remain connected securely, thus ensuring the GFI works properly. ** Installing an additional wall outlet will likely cost $50 plus labor charges. If you know what you are doing, this could be an afternoon project while maintaining social distancing. If you do not have the expertise, remember you will now have a toilet seat connected to 120 volts—if something goes wrong, say, a non-working GFI, even if you survive, using a toilet may never again be a relaxing experience.
It’s on the right of when you’re seated. I had to use an Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip.
The hose connects to your toilet's tank water supply. You can set the temperature of the water via the remote.
No plumber needed. If you have basic tools, just follow the direction on the installation direction inside and you can install it within 30 minutes or less.
It does indeed have instant hot water. That's what's stored in its reservoir, which gives it its chunky appearance.
Yes - just be sure to check the dimensions provided on the details.
If you an electrical outlet near the toilet area, then you can install it yourself.
I thought was from Japan.