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Re: Toilet and Bidet Usage
A bidet may also be a nozzle attached to an existing toilet, or a part of the toilet itself. In this case, its use is restricted to cleaning the **** and ****. Some bidets of this type have two nozzles, the shorter one, called the family nozzle, is used for washing the area around the ****, and the longer one (bidet nozzle) is designed for women to wash their vulva. These bidets are often controlled electronically rather than with a traditional tap, and some have an element under the seat which heats up to dry the user after washing.
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Install wax ring around base waste pipe. Make sure that 2 bolts are sticking out of a track under the toilet.Put toilet bolts through toilet holes and tighten nut with washer on each bolt to lock down the toilet. Now attache the water line that goes into toilet and bidet.
The noise is because your float in the toilet is set at too high of a level and it is overflowing and making noise.
Reset your float, to adjust the water level just below the overflow pipe...this should stop your noise.
If it does not correct the problem then you will have to replace the water control unit inside of the toilet tank.
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Connie the seat has become loose. There are two nuts under the rim of the toilet, under the hinges of the seat.
First line the seat up so it's straight, then tighten the nuts, just tight enough so the seat doesn't shift any more.
Usually seat nuts are plastic and they have four tabs on them. You can use a small pliers to turn the nuts. I have a special socket for toilet seat nuts, that I can put on a ratchet. But to tell you the truth, I have tightened seats 90 percent of the time with a pliers. I am too lazy to dig in my tool box for the socket.