So, you have just bought a cool new bathroom from a reputable store and have installed it already. You have been busy setting up your new bathroom to your liking and are now occupied thinking about having a bidet converter kit. However, to enjoy the convenience and features of one, you need to install a bidet in the bathroom. Well, in this guide, you will find some helpful tips on how to install a bidet without an outlet.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
How to install a bidet without an outlet?
Step 1: Turn off the water supply at the main shut-off valve:
You are required to turn off the water supply of your toilet tank at the main shut-off valve. You should understand that this is an important step because if you do not, it will result in unnecessary damage to the bidet seat and bowl. The bidet seat may get damaged or even broken from overfilling with water as well as an electric shock due to electrical shocks caused by a leaky water supply.
Step 2: Remove the seat cover and washlet tank:
which are located at the bottom of the seat. You have to remove the toilet seat cover and bidet tank from your washlet. For the bidet seat, you are required to use a small screwdriver for the removal of the screws at either side of the seat. Take this away after removing it carefully without damaging any parts of the toilet bowl water supply system or electric components in the bidet seat installation kit as well as the electrical outlet box by mistake.
Step 3: Insert new toilet:
You have to take the toilet bowl water supply line cut out of the bidet seat and use it as a new toilet outlet. After that, you need to insert this new pipe into the wall socket outlet box by sliding in. However, you should not forget about any electrical components or electric wires if they are connected with the bidet seat installation kit beforehand because some time will be required for them to detach themselves from your washlet seat after inserting the newly installed bidet.
Step 3: Put a bucket under the washlet tank to catch any water that leaks out of the tank
It is very important to make sure that the toilet bowl water supply system remains dry and clean before you plug the bidet seat into the outlet box of an electrical outlet. If your toilet bowl water supply line is not in good condition, it may lead to electric shock or even damage the bidet seat installation kit with a new bidet on top of it as well as electrical components which are connected with a bidet seat. To avoid this problem from happening, you have to put a bucket underneath the bidet seat to catch any water that leaks out of the toilet bowl water supply line from the tank and flush it down with the toilet.
Step 4: Use a putty knife to loosen the bolts that hold the washlet tank to the toilet:
you have to loosen the toilet bowl water supply bolts that hold the bidet seat installation kit with a new bidet on top of it and washlet tank together. The toilet bowl water supply line cut out of the bidet seat must be in the right position before removing the bolt from your wall outlet.
Bidets are becoming more and more popular as a way to have your bathroom cleaned without the need for the water and electricity bill. While it’s not easy to install one yourself, there are several steps you can take that will help you get started. First, find out what type of bidet you want to buy. Next, make sure that your toilet has an outlet that is close enough to where you want to install the bidet. You may also need to purchase an adapter if your outlet isn’t close enough or if you don’t have one already. Once all of these steps are taken care of, read our blog post again on how to install a bidet in order to get started!