future release_1223115-A02

future release_1223115-A02
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
BIDETS
Electronic Bidet
99286A-0
1223115-A02-J
29/02/2016
Before use
Precautions
Installation Instructions
10 ~ 12
Grounding Instructions
13
Things to be checked after installation
14
How to Use Basic Features
How to Use Additional Features
15
16 ~ 19
How to take care of this Product
Prevention of Freezing
Flickering Warning Signals
Troubleshooting
Specification
Important Safeguards
20 ~ 23
24 ~ 25
25
26
27
28
Operation
How
to use
2~6
7
8~9
9
Care & Cleaning.
Before you call for service
Maintenance
If you are building a
bathroom from scratch,
giving your bathroom a
makeover or just replacing
an old tap, Englefield can
provide a solution for you.
Safety Instructions
Operational Instructions
Name of components
Accessories
Installation
Installation
Table of Contents
Englefield
Safety Instructions

Be sure to observe the following
Be sure to read the following safety instructions carefully and use the product only as instructed in this manual to prevent bodily injuries
and/or property damage which might happen while using this product.

WARNING
Failure to observe any of the
following might result in
critical injury or death.
CAUTION
Failure to observe any of the
following might result in minor
injury and/or product damage.
Strictly prohibited.
Be sure to unplug the electric
power plug.
Never disassemble or modify this
product.
Do not place in or drop into water.
Proper grounding required to
Things that have to be observed.
Never use wet hands.
*1 : Serious injury includes loss of eyesight, severe wound, burn (high, low temperature), electric shock, bone fracture, etc.
*2 : Injury means minor wound, burn or electric shock.
*3 : Property damage refers to extensive damage relating to house, furniture, livestock or pets, etc.
Exemption from liability
Manufacturer takes no responsibility for any damages resulting from natural disasters such as earthquakes, lightning and wind damage and
flooding, fires not caused by the manufacturer or the bidet product covered by this manual, other accidents, consumer mistakes and/or misuse
and abuse of the product or the use of the product under abnormal conditions.
 Manufacturer takes no responsibility for any incidental damages resulting from the use of the product or inability to use the product (lost
profits or suspension of business, etc.).
 Manufacturer takes no responsibility for any damages resulting from the failure to observe the contents contained in this manual.

WARNING
When children, the elderly or the invalid use the
product, the seat temperature adjustment button
should be set to OFF position.
Kids, the elderly, people with sensitive s n, people incapable of
inducing medicine (sleeping pill or cold
medicine, etc. or people with hangover
or severe weariness may sustain low
temperature burn or injury.
electrical power cord. Do not apply heat to, or place
heavy objects on, the cord.
Damaged power cord may lead to re or electrical sho
Do not attempt to replace a damaged power cord on your own.
Contact your nearest authorised
service center for
a replacement.
-
Prohibited
CAUTION
Use an electric wall outlet independently which is
suitable for AC 240V, rating over 7 Ampere.
Never disassemble, repair or modify the product.
Use of extension cord or sharing an outlet with other
products may lead to fire or electric shock.
Contact a nearest authorised
service center for repair.
Disassembly
Prohibited
Over 7A
Rating
2
Doing
Doing so
so may
may result
result in
in
electric
electric
short
short circuit,
circuit,
Power
Power plug
plug should
should be
be plugged
plugged into
into the
the wall
wall
outlet
outlet securely.
securely.
Failure
Failure to
to do
do so
so may
may result
result in
in electric
electric short
short circuit,
circuit,
Insert
Insert securely
securely
Prohibited
Prohibited
Disconnect
Disconnect the
the power
power plug
plug from
from the
the wall
wall outlet
outlet and
and
product
product is
is not
not used
used over
over an
an
extended period
extended
period of
of time.
time.
If
If not
not drained,
drained, the
the water
water may
may
become
become contaminated.
contaminated.
Do
Do not
not water
water the
the product.
product. Do
Do not
not install
install the
the product
product
in
in wet
wet or
or damp
damp places.
places. (This
(This product
product is
is intended
intended for
for
use
use on
on aa toilet
toilet only,
only, and
and should
should not
not be
be used
used for
for any
any
Failure
Failure to
to observe
observe may
may lead
lead to
to
Prohibited
Prohibited
Drain
Drain water
water
Use
Use tap
tap water
water or
or potable
potable water
water only.
only.
Using
Using recycled
recycled water
water or
or industrial
industrial water
water may
may cause
cause cystitis
cystitis or
or
Use
Use tap
tap water
water
Keep
Keep the
the power
power plug
plug dust-free
dust-free by
by removing
removing the
the dust
dust
using
using aa dry
dry cloth.
cloth.
Do
Do not
not spray
spray water
water or
or wastewater
wastewater into
into the
the unit
unit or
or power
power plug.
plug.
Prohibited
Prohibited
When
When plugging
plugging and
and unplugging
unplugging the
the power
power plug,
plug, never
never
use
use wet
wet hands.
hands.
Wipe
Wipe off
off
Wet
Wet hands
hands
prohibited
3
Before use
Never
Never use
use aa damaged
damaged power
power cord,
cord, damaged
damaged
power
power plug,
plug, or
or aa loose
loose electrical
electrical outlet.
outlet.
Before cleaning the product, always
disconnect the power plug from the
wall outlet.
Discontinue using the product in case of malfunctioning.
Disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet and close the water
valve if any of the following occur;
Failure to do so may result in electric shock
or injury.





Disconnect
power plug
Water leaks from either the main unit or the water pipe.
The product makes odd noises or produces unpleasant odour.
Abnormal heat from the main body.
Fuming from main body.
Crack or break on main body.
electric shock or water leakage. Please contact the dealer or an authorised service centre
for repair.
Safety Precaution
CAUTION
Please do not use the product for usage other
than that described in this user manual.
Grab the plug-knob for unplugging the power plug.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock, electric
injury.
Disconnect
power plug
Prohibited
Do not put stove, heater, or cigarettes in or near
the product.
Do not rest against the seat cover when
sitting on the seat.
This may cause the seat cover
to break, which may lead to
back injury if the user loses
his/her balance and tumbles
over.
Prohibited
Prohibited
4
Doing so may result in burn or
injury.
Do not spray water, insert fingers or other objects into
warm air outlet or nozzle gate.
Doing so may lead to electric shock or product malfunctioning.
Prohibited
Prohibited
Do not let a child alone use this product. He/she may
fall into the toilet bowl.
Always press the control panel button while
the seat is occupied.
The child needs to be supervised by an adult.
Otherwise, the person standing by the product or the
nozzle.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Shut off the water valve before removing the
Do not pull forcibly or apply excessive force to
the water feed hose.
Make sure to fasten it up after the cleaning.
Doing so may cause water to leak.
Failure to observe may lead to water leakage.
(See page 21 for cleaning
Prohibited
Close
Select the installation place to be out of direct
sunlight (ultraviolet rays).
Do not stand on, or give a shock to, the main
unit.
Doing so may result in worsening of product surface
such as discolo ration or fading and/or product
degradation.
Doing so may lead to deformation or breakage of the
product, resulting in bodily injury.
Prohibited
Prohibited
5
Before use
warm air blower outlet.
Never use acidic or alkaline bathroom
detergent, benzene, thinner, cleanser or
nylon scrubber when cleaning the
product. Doing so may damage plastic or
metallic parts.
Do not place or drop the product into
water. It may lead to a product failure
or electric shock.
Never place
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
In the event that the bidet seat is to be reinstalled on a different toilet (ie: product relocation),
CAUTION for
usage



WARNING
An in-line water filter must be used with this product. Failure to use this may void
manufacturer’s warranty.
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Operational Instructions
IMPORTANT: * Connect to mains cold water supply only. Do not connect to hot water supply.
Before use
* Water supply pressure for normal operation: Min 220kPa - Max 500kPa.
* This douche seat is supplied with a low-medium hazard backflow protection device
complying with AS/NZS 2845.1
* This device must be installed in accordance with AS/NZS 3500.1
s
s
Drain water completely out of main unit and hoses to
e
Keep the nozzle clean against contamination.
and wipe off the remainder with a damp cloth if it is excessively dirty.
s
u s
When an object is placed on the control panel.
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Name of components
Front side of main unit
Rear side of main unit
deodourisation
deodourisation
8
Control Panel
Control panel layout may vary depending on the models.
Beforere use
Befo
Deodourisation button
Accessories
Items required for installation
Bolt 2pcs
Washer 2pcs
Dual check valve
(DCV) 1pc
In-line filter 1pc
Threaded
boss 2pcs
Mounting
Plate 2pcs
Stop valve 1pc
(not supplied)
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Water feed
hose 0.5m 1pc
Seal 2pcs
T-connector 1pc
Installation Instructions
Required tools: Phillips screwdriver
Adjustable crescent
1
2
IMPORTANT
This Bidet Douche Seat must be installed in accordance with
AS/NZS 3500.1 Plumbing and Drainage - Water Services
Close water supply stop valve.

Check if any other appliance uses water before closing the valve.
Remove the existing toilet seat.


Toilet
seat
Remove the seat by untightening
the nuts using a tool such as a
spanner or crescent.
For a normal installation where
the bidet seat has its own water
supply, proceed to step 4.
Toilet
bowl
Nut
Turn and remove
Note

3
Keep the removed seat, seat cover,
nuts, etc. in a safe place for
future use just in case.
Installation for single water supply.
A longer water feed hose may be
required. Your plumber will be able
to supply this.
For separate water supplies to the
bidet and cistern, skip to Step 4.
1. Shut off the water mains and connect
a stop valve to the water supply.
In-line filter
2. Connect the dual check valve and
Main unit
water inlet
Water hose to bidet
the T-connector in this order.
3. Connect the in-line filter to the water
inlet on the main unit.
T-connector
4. Connect hoses from the legs of the
T-connector to both the toilet cistern
and in-line filter on the bidet seat.
5. Reinstate the water supply and
DCV
Water hose
to cistern
check for any leaks.
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Stop valve
Installation Instructions
4
Installation with separate water supplies for the
toilet tank and bidet seat.
1. Connect the dual check valve (DCV) to
the stop valve.
2. Connect the in-line filter to the water inlet
on the main unit.
In-line filter
3. Connect the water feed hose between
the filter and DCV.
Main unit
water inlet
Water hose to bidet
DCV
Stop valve
Install the main unit.
Mounting bolts
Installation
5
Note

In a retrofit installation, the existing seat mounts
may need to be removed.
Pan mounting holes
Pan
1. Insert the threaded bosses into the seat
mounting holes in the pan.
Mounting bolt
2. Pass the mounting bolts through the washers
and mounting plates. Then locate mounting
plates inside the guide, as shown.
Mounting plate
Washer
3. Screw the mounting bolts in and tighten
Mounting plate guide
with a screwdriver.
Note

Over time, the screw bolts may get loose.
In such case, tighten the bolts again with
a screwdriver.
Threaded boss
CAUTION
① The distance between the bolts can be adjusted
depending on the hole locations on the toilet bowl.
② Carefully align the centers of the main unit and
toilet bowl when attaching.
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Installation Instructions
5. Align the center of main unit to the
center of the plate guide and push it all
the way back until you hear a ‘click’ sound.
6. Check that the main unit does not easily
come off by moving the unit in four
different directions.

When the main unit is installed to the toilet
bowl, it may be a little movable, which does
not indicate abnormality. This happens with
the removable type of main unit.
Note

The main unit may become heavily
movable if used over an extended
period of time due to loose bolts. Fully
tighten the bolts if this happens.
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Grounding Instructions
This product should be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of
electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current. This product is equipped with a cord
having a grounding wire with a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly
installed by a suitably qualified electrician, and grounded.
DANGER - Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock.
If repair or replacement of the cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the grounding wire to either
blade terminal. The wire with insulation having an outer surface that is green (with or without yellow
stripes) is the grounding wire.
Check with a quali ed electrician or serviceman if the grounding instructions are not completely
understood, or if in doubt as to whether the product is properly grounded.
RCD
TEST
RESET
Installation
GROUNDED
OUTLET
GROUNDED
OUTLET BOX
GROUNDED
PIN
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Things to be checked after installation
Check for water leakage
Check for water leakage from any of the pipe connections after installation.
Inspection points
Check if there are any loose connections or joints
before turning on the water valve.
1. Open water valve.
2. Open water feed valve and check
if water leaks from any pipe joints.
If water leaks
1. Close water valve.
2. Disassemble the joint where water is
leaking and connect properly again.
Note
If water continues leaking, close water valve and
contact your nearest authorised service center.
Operational Check
1.
Open mains water valve (Applicable only when closed).
2.
Open water feed stop valve.

3.
Connect the power plug to the wall outlet.

4.
Check if water leaks from pipe, water tank hose or water feed hose joints.
If water leaks, close the water feed valve, separate the valve and check if rubber packing is
inserted. If not, insert the packing and reassemble the water feed valve.
Nozzle extends and retracts once, and the control panel lamps keep blinking (at initial operation.)
Press



button on the control panel.
Water pressure/Dry Air lamp goes off when the tank is full of water, and Seat Temperature, Water
Temperature and Water Pressure are set to Low, respectively.
Wait until cleansing water gets warm (takes about 5 minutes).
Check if the seat gets warm, too.
5.
Approach hands to sitting sensor (within 5 cm) so that it may be activated.
6.
If the tank is full of water, press
button one more time and check if the posterior
cleansing system is operating correctly.

7.
Check if nozzle extends and discharges warm water.
(Cover up the nozzle to prevent water from spraying outside.)
deactivate the sitting sensor so that the operation may be stopped.

Cleansing operation stops and nozzle retracts.
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How to use the basic features
WARNING
Set the Seat Temp control button to “OFF” or “LOW” if the product is used by the following persons:
 Young children, the aged or users incapable of setting the temperature themselves.
 People with sensitive or irritated skin,
 People having taken sleep-inducing medicine such as sleeping pills or cold medicine,
 People suffering from hangover or severe physical fatigue.
Failure to do so may lead to the low temperature burn or injury.
CAUTION
Posterior/Feminine cleansing
Sit on the seat.
Press




or
button.
Note

Do not apply excessive force when pressing a button.
Nozzle cleaning starts when cleansing or bidet button
Doing so may make the button inoperable.
is pressed.
Nozzle position can be adjusted as desired when nozzle position control button is used.
The continuous operation of the cleansing or bidet function will deplete the supply of warm cleansing water,
dropping the water temperature. It is recommended that the cleansing or bidet function be stopped and
only used again after the cleansing water gets warm.
Water temperature and/or seat temperature may be adjusted while cleansing or bidet function is used.
Oscillating cleansing/Oscillating bidet cleansing
3
Press
or
button while cleansing or bidet cleansing
to activate the oscillating function.


4
Press



5
Nozzle moves back and forth to provide cleansing of a wider area.
Press cleansing or bidet button to deactivate the oscillation function.
button to stop the cleansing.
Note

Continued use of cleansing for more than 50
seconds will activate the timer thus stopping the
Cleansing or bidet light will turn off. Nozzle moves back
cleansing operation automatically. For continued
and forth 3 times around the nozzle inlet for self-cleaning.
operation, press the cleansing button again.
Cleansing or bidet cleansing function may not be selected
during the self cleaning process.
Press cleansing or bidet button one or more times to deactivate the oscillation function.
Stand
up from
seat.
Note



Water coming out of the nozzle right after the cleansing operation does not indicate a product
failure. It stops about two minutes after the remaining water in the hose has completely drained.
The occasional small amount of water running out of the nozzle does not indicate a product failure.
This occurs because of warm water expansion in the water tank.
If the water runs continuously in an unusual manner, contact your nearest authorised service center
after closing the water valve and disconnecting the power plug from the wall outlet.
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Operation
1
2
How to use the additional features
Turbo cleansing
Upon sitting on the toilet seat, press



button in advance.
Warm cleansing water is sprayed and touches the skin producing a massaging effect while the nozzle moves back
and forth.
Warm water is sprayed for 50 seconds with water pressure set to “HI”.
You may reset the level of pressure during the turbo cleansing operation.
If you are ready to use the toilet press the
button to stop the turbo operation.
Nozzle position control
Press

button while cleansing or bidet cleansing is operating.
Initially nozzle is positioned in the center and it moves three steps forward and 3 steps backwards during
cleansing or bidet cleansing operation.
Note

The nozzle position used the last time is not automatically saved. The nozzle returns to
its initial position (center) once the cleansing or bidet cleansing operation is complete.
Therefore, you need to reset the nozzle position each time you use the product.
Water pressure control
Press
button to set the water
pressure level.



There are 4 water pressure level options.
Unless changed, the current water pressure level setting
will be used.
If the water pressure level setting is changed the new
setting will be saved.
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How to use the additional features
Deodourisation
Auto/child cleansing
For auto cleansing operation,
press the button only once.



50 seconds of oscillating cleansing followed
by 2 minutes of drying then stops.
Saved water and toilet seat temperatures are
used.
Water pressure level is changed automatically to
produce a massaging effect.
For child cleansing operation,
press the button twice.



The button needs to be pressed within 3 seconds.
50 seconds of oscillating cleansing followed by 2 minutes
of drying then stops.
During this operation, water, drying air and seat
temperatures are automatically set to medium.
Press





button.
Deodourisation light will turn “ON” and deodourisation will start.
Press the deodourisation button to activate or
deactivate this function on or off.
Note
When the seat is occupied and the sitting sensor is
 Deodourisation time is 15 minutes as a maximum,
activated, deodourisation will start.
which means that the deodourisation stops in 15
minutes even if the sitting sensor is still activated.
When the sitting sensor is deactivated, deodourisation
will continue for about 1 minute.
 Deodourisation filter located inside the main unit.
If the button is pressed during operation the deodourisation
operation will stop, the light will turn “OFF” and the setting will be cancelled.
Drying
Press



button.
To stop the drying operation press
button
Drying operation will stop automatically in 5 minutes.
Press the button again for continuous drying operation.
Using dry tissue to remove moisture before drying operation
will help to reduce the drying time.
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Operation
Deodourisation
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Air temperature control
Press
button.
To set the air temperature, press the water pressure/air
temp
button.
 There are 5 air temperature level options including
heater OFF.
 Air temperature cannot be set after the drying
operation has finished. Be sure to set the air temperature
right after pressing the dryer button.

Water temperature control
Press


button.
There are 4 water temperature level options
including water heater OFF.
The temperature setting is changed each time
the button is pressed.
Seat temperature control
Press



button.
There are 4 seat temperature level options
including seat heater OFF.
The temperature setting is changed each time
the button is pressed.
Low temperature burn prevention feature.
This feature automatically lowers the toilet seat temperature from the ‘HIGH’ setting to the ‘MEDIUM’ 10 minutes
after the seat has been vacated.
Note

Actual seat temperature depends on the ambient temperature. Keep the seat cover closed to keep the seat
warm and conserve energy.
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Power saving mode
Press

button.
Pressing the button once will set Lo Econo. Pressing the button a second time will set Hi Econo.
Pressing the button a third time will cancel power-saving mode.
Lo Econo



When the product is not in use the water temperature will be 25oC and the seat temperature will be 28oC
irrespective of the settings. (Power is saved through a shorter application time of current unless water and seat
temperature are set to OFF.)
When cleansing, bidet cleansing, auto/child cleansing, turbo cleansing or drying is activated, water and seat temp
are raised to the set temperature by applying electricity. (It takes about 5 minutes to get to the set temperature).
When cleansing, bidet cleansing, auto/child cleansing, turbo cleansing or drying operation is finished, water and
seat temp are again set to 25 oC and 28oC respectively.
Hi Econo



When the product is not in use, electric power is cut off to the water and seat heaters regardless of their settings.
When cleansing, bidet cleansing, auto/child cleansing, turbo cleansing or drying is activated, water and seat temp
are raised to the set temperature by applying electricity. (It takes about 5 minutes to get to the set temperature).
When cleansing, bidet cleansing, auto/child cleansing, turbo cleansing or drying operation is finished, water and
seat heaters are turned off again.
Other tips for saving electric power
Keep seat the cover
closed when the product
is not in use.
Set a lower temperature
Unplug the power plug
Set a lower temperature whenever
possible.
Disconnect the power plug when the
product is not used over an extended
period of time.
Keeping the seat cover closed will
help reduce power consumption
as loss of heat from the seat is
decreased.
Water pump
Press




button.
When the pump light is ON the pump will operate to increase water pressure during cleansing, bidet cleansing,
auto/child cleansing and turbo cleansing. (If the pressure level is too high, adjust the level using the water pressure
control button).
When the pump light is OFF the pump will not operate. (Initially the product is set to pump OFF.)
If the pressure reaches 14.2 psi (1.0 Kgf/cm2), the pressure level will remain the same even if the pump operates.
If the pressure is too high, stop the pump operation as it may lead to injury.
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Care & Cleaning. Before you call for service
Refer to the following methods for power saving.
How to take care of this product
WARNING
CAUTION
Disconnect the power plug
while cleaning the product
Disconnect Failure to do so may cause electric shock
power plug or injury
Prohibited
Never use acidic or alkaline toilet
detergent, benzene, thinner, cleanser
or nylon scrubber when cleaning the
product
Doing so may damage plastic or metallic parts.
Main unit
1. Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
2. Use a soft and wet (with water) cloth only when cleaning
the unit
3. Clean with a soft and wet (with neutral detergent) cloth
if the unit is very dirty, and wipe off the detergent with
a wet (with water) cloth.
Check the detergent type before using the detergent.
Seat cover may be separated for cleaning.
4. Connect the power plug to the wall outlet after cleaning
is complete.
Separation and reassembly of toilet seat cover
Separation
Close the cover.
Stretch out the right hand shaft of the
seat cover.
Pull out the left hand shaft of the seat cover.
Remove the seat cover.
Note

Reassembly
Insert the right hand shaft of the seat cover to the
right hand side of main unit.
Insert the left hand shaft of the seat cover to the
left hand side of main unit.
Do not close the toilet seat or seat cover forcibly. Doing so may damage the rotation shaft, thus preventing easy
opening and closing.
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How to take care of this product
CAUTION
Close the water valve before removing the filtering mesh. The filtering mesh
should be installed securely after cleaning to avoid water leakage.
Close
Failure to do so may cause water leakage.
Cleaning filter net
1
2
3
Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
Close the water feed valve.
Separate water feed hose and filter
from the main unit.
Be careful so that the floor does not get wet due to water
remaining inside the hose.
In-line filter
Main unit
water inlet
4
Clean inside the filtering mesh using
a toothbrush, etc.
The filtering mesh is built into the water feed inlet of the main unit.
5
Connect the water feed hose and filter to the main unit
and open the water feed valve.
Check for leaks.
6
Connect the power plug to the wall socket.
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Care & Cleaning. Before you call for service
Water hose to bidet
Nozzle cleaning
1
2
3
Connect the power plug to wall outlet.
Open the seat cover and toilet seat.
Press
panel.
button on the control
Nozzle moves back and forth 3 times for self-cleaning
and stops moving while fully extended.
4
Clean the nozzle while it is fully extended.
1. Separate the nozzle cleaning cover.
2. Put a soft wet sponge, brush or cloth inside.
Note

Be careful not to get any water into the warm air outlet.
3. Pull the nozzle tip from the nozzle body while holding
the nozzle body and separate the tip.
4. Using a tool inside the separated tip, push the bidet
nozzle so that it may be cleaned with a soft sponge,
brush or cloth.
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5. Rotate the stainless steel part of the nozzle body
counterclockwise and separate it so that it may be
cleaned with a sponge, etc.
6. To put the stainless steel part back onto the nozzle body,
rotate the stainless steel part clockwise with the hole
facing downwards.
Note

Make sure the stainless steel part is secure.
7. Put the cleaned nozzle tip back onto the nozzle body
while holding the nozzle body.
Note




Do not damage the nozzle hole.
Do not apply excessive force to the nozzle.
Do not separate and clean the nozzle too often. Doing so may cause a problem.
Cleansing nozzle tip is assembled a little tightly to ensure air-tightness.
Be careful so that no bodily injury may occur when separating the nozzle tip for cleaning.
5
Press
6
Put the nozzle cleaning cover back and slowly close the toilet seat
and cover.
button on the control panel.
Nozzle retracts only when
button is pressed after cleaning is done.
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Care & Cleaning. Before you call for service

How to prevent freezing and to care for the product
when it’s not in use over an extended period of time
1
2
3
Unplug the power plug.
Disconnect the plug from the wall outlet.
Turn the handle clockwise to shut off water.
Drain the warm water tank.
from the tank.
Use a large coin or washer if the water tank
cap is not opened easily.
4
Disconnect the water feed hose from the in-line filter and place the end
of the hose in a container for holding water.
In-line filter
Main unit
water inlet
Water hose to bidet
1
2
3
4
(Refer to installation instructions.)
Connect the power plug to the wall outlet.
Flickering warning lights.
temperature sensor failure.
r e
s
temperature sensor failure.
No water or water shortage in
the tank.
the tank with water. If the light still
s
sensor.
Trouble Shooting
Wait for water service to resume.
220kPa.
Seat or cover does not
close smoothly and gently.
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220~500kPa.
Specifications
AC 220~240V, 50Hz
1350W
220~500kPa.
Approx 1.5m
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Care & Cleaning. Before you call for service
1300W
Important Safeguards
When using electrical products, especially when children are present, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following :
DANGER
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING
- To reduce the risk of electrocution:
1. Always unplug this product immediately after using.
2. Do not use while bathing.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
3. Do not place or store product where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink.
4. Do not place in or drop into water or other liquid.
5. Do not reach for a product that has fallen into water. Unplug immediately.
- To reduce the risk of burns, electrocution, fire, or injury to persons:
1. A product should never be left unattended when plugged in.
2. Close supervision is necessary when this product is used by, on, or near children or invalids.
3. Use this product only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments
not recommended by the manufacturer.
4. Never operate this product if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it
has been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water. Return the product to a service center
for examination and repair.
5. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
6. Never block the air openings of the product or place it on a soft surface, such as a bed or
couch, where the air openings may be blocked. Keep the air openings free of lint, hair, and the
like.
7. Never use while sleeping or drowsy.
8. Never drop or insert any object into any opening or hose.
9. Do not use outdoors or operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where
oxygen is being administered.
10. Connect this product to a properly grounded outlet only. See Grounding Instruction.
11. Unplug this product before filling. Fill (reservoir) with water only unless otherwise specified by
manufacturer. Do not overfill.
CONTACT AND WARRANTY INFORMATION
NEW ZEALAND
KOHLER NZ LTD
Free Ph: 0800 100 382
Free Fax: 0800 664 488
www.englefield.co.nz
For warranty information, please visit our website.
Englefield
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