Installation Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OSDKHiwZm8&feature=youtube_gdata
For our Australian Customers (and others most likely) please see one Aussies easy and helpful installation experience at this blog: http://australiahandbidet.blogspot.com/
If you can turn a wrench or pair of pliers you can install your own Hand Bidet Sprayer, it's that simple! Kit includes: 1 Sprayer, 1 Flex Hose, 1 Wall Mount Bracket, 1 T-Valve Water Connector, Mounting Screws and Teflon Tape. Make sure your water line will fit a 1/2 inch threaded connection Valve like we provide, this is the most common connection in both Western Countries and the World. Some people have a 3/8 inch connection, if you do we have a nice 1/2" to 3/8" adapter that we can provide you for no charge, simply ask for it when you order. If you are not sure then you can check with your nearest hardware store or Plumber.
Step 1. Turn off the water supply to the toilet.
Remove the Water Valve from water line coming from the wall.
Connect the T-Valve provided with your Hand Held Bidet Sprayer Kit to the water line using the Teflon tape to create a water tight seal. If your water line is an unthreaded brass pipe you will need to attach a brass compression nut first and then attach the T-Valve to that nut. Note: you can control the water pressure with this valve by turning it off slightly.
Attach the bracket to hold the sprayer to the wall.
Step 5. Attach the Sprayer Knozzle to the hose. First place the black rubber washer with the metal mesh inside before tightening.
Step 6. Reconnect the toilet water line to the T-Valve using the Teflon Tape to create a water tight seal.
Step 7. Connect your Hand Held Bidet Sprayer to the other opening on the T-Valve using the Teflon Tape to create a water tight seal. First place the black rubber washer inside before tightening. You can use a wrench or pliers to make sure it's tight enough.
Turn the water supply on and check for leaks. Tighten as needed. If you have any questions whatsoever don't hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you. See one person's installation blog; http://jonathanandandrea.blogspot.com/2009/04/spray-it-or-scrub-it.html
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