Brondell Swash 1400 bidet seat unboxing
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Brondell Swash 1400 bidet seat unboxing Transcript:
Hello everyone. Welcome to the Many Bidets unboxing video of the Brondell Swash 1400. In this video you will get to see exactly what you’ll receive when you purchase a swash 1400 from ManyBidets.com. Yes, you’ll see everything in the box that comes with the Brondell Swash 1400 Bidet Seat.
On the very top we can see all the mounting hardware as well as the water connections. We’ll look at these in more detail shortly. We see the wireless remote nestled into the packaging, we can also see how the remote clips into the wall mount using a magnet. The bidet seat itself is in a thick bag, designed to offer additional padding and protection.
On the back we can see the plastic plug for draining the swash 1400 when necessary, and we can also see where the deodorizer is installed. Now let’s take a look at the bag that holds all of the installation hardware and the manual.
First we see the coin style batteries that will be installed in the remote control. Next we see the t-connector. This gets installed in the current waterline leading to the toilet, so that we can run an offshoot to the bidet seat. Next we see all of the mounting hardware. This includes the mounting plate, the black sliders, and the bolts, along with the rubber washers and the nuts that hold the mounting plate in place. This bag holds the screws that can be used to mount the mounting plate that holds the remote. We can see we have screws and the plastic anchors. Note that the wall mount can also be adhered with a self-adhesive, so you don’t need to screw into the wall if you prefer not to.
Here we see the water supply hose. One end of this hose would connect to the tee and the other to the Brondell swash 1400 water inlet. It’s important to note that this is the only supply hose needed as the Brondell swash 1400 does heat the water itself inside the seat. This contains little clips that help to clip the water supply, and the electric cord out of sight. Lastly we have the owner’s manual for the Brondell Swash 1400.
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