I had same problem. Reolace the magnetic reed switch in the level sensor unit. It is a float with a magnet inside which goes up and down a shaft activating the reed switch inside the sensor shaft. The switch is just an ordinary normaly open glass encapusated magnetic reed switch. Carefully hack out the original with a suitable tool but not a drill and slide in a new one. If you can't change the sensor just pull out the power plug and re-plug . This usually resets the circuit. Not a real fix just a temporary work around. Much easier if you can just find a replacement level sensor unit. Good luck.
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If you can stand washing in cold water there is no reason why it should not be connected to only the cold supply though if the bidet is fitted with a combined hot/cold tap (faucet) the hot water inlet should be plugged.
It should be possible to run hot water to the bidet and would be worth the effort. Modern flexible plastic pipe and associated fittings will carry hot water and overcome many plumbing problems.
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If you've tried turning off both shutoffs underneath and water still runs, then the shutoffs are also likely worn out and need to be replaced. If there is no way to shut off from that point, then the only other option is to have somebody turn off all water in the house near your water meter or main water line. In many places, hardware stores will sell something called a "water shutoff key", but depending on your location, it may have a different local name.
Once water is off to the whole house, turn the hot water on somewhere in the house to reduce pressure from your water heater before replacing your faucet and shutoff valves.
It is a good idea to take one of your old water shutoffs with you to a hardware store to make sure the new one would fit propperly.
If you know somebody who can take apart the faucets to check and replace just the washers, then it could be fixed with even less expense, if you would not rather replace the faucet with a new one that will last longer.
check the water valve (which supplies water to the unit) is open. if so, the solenoid operated valve in your unit would have failed. Get it replaced. May sound silly, but try switching off the power to the unit, wait for 2 mts and switch on. All these microprocessor controlled devices hang at times like our computers. Recycling the power works sometimes
sounds like you have air in the lines. Try turning on the bidet then shutting off the water to the bidet at water cutoff then turning the water back on all while the water valve on the bidet is turned on. this might fix the problem. good luck and let me know
A bidet (pronounced "be-day") is a device that cleans one's rectal or **** area by directing a gentle stream of water. Most bidets are relatively expensive toilet-sized stand-alone units built into sufficiently large bathrooms. The bidet attaches to your existing toilet and provides the same benefits as the larger bidets, but without the bulky fixtures. Millions of people throughout the world use a bidet on a daily basis! Bidets are used by men, women, and children of all ages. Bidets are for anyone who wants to improve their personal hygiene. Everyone can benefit from using a bidet. Bidets are especially helpful to: people who are recovering from surgery; people who have physical disabilities; people with dexterity or other problems that limit their range of motion; people who have various medical conditions, such as hemorrhoids, diarrhea, dysentery, difficult bowel movements, or other ailments that involve the rectal or genital areas. Men and women who want better hygiene before or after sexual activities and women who want more effective feminine hygiene during monthly menstrual periods uses bidets as well.