How to install your Cascade 3000 Bidet Seat (DIY project)
Installation of a new bidet seat can be a bit overwhelming. If you’re wondering how complicated installing the Cascade 3000 bidet seat will be, we have good news! Your bidet expert, and Many Bidets Owner, Daniel Johnson show you how to install the Cascade 3000 bidet seat on your own. The Cascade can be installed without any tools, it can all be done by hand!
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How to install your Cascade 3000 Bidet Seat Transcript:
How do I install my Cascade 3000 Bidet Seat, by Dignity Solutions? My name is Daniel Johnson, I’m your bidet expert and the owner of ManyBidets.com; where we’ve sold over 10,000 bidets, in the past eight years.
First of all, I do want to say that the Cascade 3000 is a seat that we’ve manufactured, after being in business for about six years. We saw some things in the market that needed addressing and we came up with the Cascade, to address those issues. If you have questions about that, feel free to reach out to us. Our contact information is in the video description, but for now, let’s go ahead and jump into the install.
All right, so first of all, we need to remove as much water from the system as possible. We’re going to do that by turning off the water supply here and then draining the toilet tank. Because we have the water supply turned off, we can hear that the tank is not refilling. I basically just held down on this flush lever, until I saw no more water draining. Now, when I unscrew this, we are going to see a little bit of water come out of this, because there’s some water in the hose. That’s why it’s important to have something to absorb that water, when it comes out here. There we go.
We’ve absorbed that water and now what we can do is, we can install the T-Connector. Now, this T-Connector is designed to be used without any plumber’s tape. However, if you install this T-Connector without inserting the included rubber gasket, you’re going to have leaking issues. First of all, you need to make sure that there’s a rubber gasket here. You’ll notice that this is a rubber gasket that has a wider portion and a more narrow portion. The narrow portion will face up, like this. We’ll just screw this onto the bottom side of this toilet tank. Now, each of these connections should have a rubber gasket associated with it. When you unscrew your original water supply, there should be a rubber gasket in there, as well. Most of the time, and you can see that at least on this one, is also a two layer rubber gasket. Most of the time when we have customers calling us, or emailing us saying that their unit is leaking right after installing, it’s because they left this rubber gasket on the bottom side of the toilet tank and so then this seam had two rubber washers and the bottom side here had no rubber gaskets. The other possibility is this rubber gasket fell out and didn’t get inserted, or the rubber gasket up here fell out and didn’t get inserted. Make sure that you do have those rubber gaskets in place and go ahead and tighten it. Hand tight is just fine here. Again, check for the gasket, this should be pretty tight on the hose. That shouldn’t be a problem, but just make sure that it’s there and connect that as well. Again, all this can really just be hand tightened for the most part. You could tighten this with a crescent wrench if you did it very very gently, but hand tight is probably more than enough there.
Now our water supplies are set up. Now, we just have to worry about installing the seat itself. Now, in some scenarios you might have a skirted toilet, where the water inlet is hidden on the tank side. In that case, you need to install a T-Connector on the water inlet side, down here, but this threading is different. In a scenario like that, you would need a different T-Connector. We stock those T-Connectors, so you would just need to let us know, or purchase one from our website and we’d be happy to send you those alternate T-Connectors, as well.
00:18 Cascade Overview
00:49 Step #1 Drain the Tank
01:43 Step #2 Install the T-Connector
03:57 What if I have skirted toilet?
04:34 Step #3 Installing the Mounting Plate
06:34 Step #4 Installing the Seat
08:25 Step #5 Connect the Power
08:49 Remote Overview
09:12 Step #6 Test Your Cascade
12:33 Closing Statement