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The wand does not spray properly. How do I adjust the wand

I have had a problem with the washlet because if was cleaning the washlet and moved the wand in or out manually and now it does not spray because the holes are not aligned properly. How do I fix this problem. Moving it back to where I thought it was does not help. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I have arthritis and really need the washer to help in the cleaning process.

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If you are using well water you might want to upgrade your filtration system.or add a mixing valve to the water supply of your washlet and add a filter there, you answer your own question you have very hard water.So the product is getting abnormal; wear and tear. Without making changes to your water supply you will continue to prematurely go thru fixtures,

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