INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE
SELF CLEANING FEATURE
Welcome to wonders, Electric toilet is designed for ultimate comfort. It performs automatic self-cleaning. Everything you may need is contained in the toilet seat, depending on the model and feature you choose.
Electric toilet runs self-cleansing to disinfect and remove stains automatically. All you need is just to press a button and, BOOM! It is done.
How does the self-cleansing work? In the United States, a standard model has two cleaning cycles, the first less than one minute and the other about ten minutes. Once you are done with whatever you did in the toilet, press a button and go your way. A cartridge containing cleansing solution automatically moves via channel to mix with the water in the tank. The solution scrubs the toilet’s bowl, an automatic rinsing technique is incorporated in the cycle, which rinse the bowl clean.
The cleansing feature is equally an alternative to toilet tissue. Just sit and finish with your whatever, the cleansing wand rinses itself and clean you with warm water, 100% hygienic. The water streams moves back and then forth to ensure thorough cleansing, followed by warm air drying.
In this article, I will teach you how to upgrade your existing toilet or install a new one.
Installing an Electric toilet can a bit complicated, because it involves GFCI installation. However, you can as well DIY. And that is what I am here to show you. Upgrading your toilet is a lot easier, you may choose to replace the seat with bidet. This saves a lot of expenses of having to install a new toilet.
Here are quick steps on How to install an Electric toilet
Uninstall the Existing Toilet:
You can choose to clean the bowl of the old toilet seat to ensure only clean water in the pipe. Or flush severally to drain all dirt. Then turn off the valve and unscrew the toilet, loose hose clips on the manual toilet’s pump and disengage all to connections to remove toilet.
Install the electric toilet lid:
The new Electric toilet purchased, contains all the parts and components you may need to use. It contains the flush pump and rinse pump connected to it. Fix the lid into place and tighten the plastic bolt.
Connect the pipes and hoses:
Connect the inlet pipe as well as the outlet pipe. It’s very simple, the smaller pipe is the inlet while the bigger is the outlet.
Connect the positive and negative feed to the corresponding red and black wire. Install the GFCI (if not installed) in place. The Ground-fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is necessary to run the bidet seat. If you can’t install GFCI, seek the help of an electrician.
Lower the toilet into place
Place the Electric toilet on the exact position you removed the manual toilet. Both are approximate in size, so no need for a new hole. Lock the toilet the bolt.
Flush to check leak, if none your Electric toilet is ready.
STEPS TO UPGRADE YOUR TOILET
On upgrade, you may just install the bidet seat. This would save a lot of cost of purchasing a new toilet.
- Remove the existing toilet seat
- Shut off the valve and drain water to ensure no water flow. Disengage all hoses and toilet tank.
- Attach the T-valve contained in the new toilet seat purchased.
- Attach the mounting plate on the toilet bowl, and fasten with plastic bolts.
- Attach the Bidet Seat, connect hoses and plug to GFCI socket already installed.
- Your upgrade is ready! Check for leak.
Now that you have learnt how to install your electric toilet, why not show others.