We get emails from our users every day asking us how to install a washlet. While it may look intimidating, installing a washlet is about as simple as installing a regular toilet seat and should take you about 20 to 30 minutes.
What you need: Screwdriver (flat and Philips-head), wrench and cloth for cleaning. All other parts required should be included in the washlet box.
4 Simple Steps
1. Remove your oil toilet seat
There are two caps that attach your toilet seat to the bowl. Using a screwdriver, loosen this cap to reveal screws that keep the toilet in place. Carefully loosen these screws and the toilet seat should come out by lifting it up with little resistance. At this point, it is a good idea to use a clean cloth to clean the area before moving onto step 2.
2. Mount washlet bracket and slide washlet in place
Using the mounting bracket provided, place it over the existing holes on your toilet bowl and mount it in place using the screws provided. After the mounting bracket is installed, slide the washlet into the bracket until you hear it make a click sound. At this point, ensure the washlet is sturdy enough that it wont move during use. If it is not sturdy enough, please remove the washlet from the mounting bracket and tighten the screws.
3. Connect the water hose supply
First you need to shut off the water supply to the toilet. Behind your toilet where your existing water hose supply is located, there will be a knob at the connection point – turn this clockwise to turn off the water supply. Next, unscrew the water hose and attach a splitter or T-Valve connector (included in the box) to the current water hose. Attach the washlet hose provided to the T-Valve connector and the other end of the hose to the washlet
4. Turn on the water supply and connect your washlet to your power outlet
Turn your water supply back on by turning the water supply knob turned in step 3 counter-clockwise. Plug in your washlet to a power outlet and you are ready to start using your brand new washlet!