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How to turn Brondell Swash’s Seat Sensor on and off | Bidet Answers with Dan | Video

Daniel Johnson, your bidet expert and Many Bidet’s Owner, show you how to turn the Brondell Swash 1400’s seat sensor on and off as needed.

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How to turn Brondell Swash’s Seat Sensor on and off Transcript:

At Many Bidets we sell lots of Brondell Swash 1400’s and from time to time, customers may want to use it with a lift, or a toilet chair, or shower chair that they roll over the toilet. In these scenarios, disabling the seat sensor is vital. Today, we’re going to talk about how. My name is Daniel Johnson and I’m your Bidet expert.

A lot of manufacturers refer to turning off the seat sensor as “child mode”. In the Brondell manual it is listed as the seat sensor lock. If you’re looking for it in the manual, that’s what you’re looking for. Let’s go through the steps. The Brondell Swash 1400 has three buttons on the side of the seat. You want to hold down on the power button and the rear cleansing button for about five seconds. Now, you know when you’ve held them down long enough, because the light indicators on the back of the Swash 1400 should start blinking. If the night light is running, that night light will start blinking, as well. That’s how you know that you’ve held down on those buttons long enough. To start this process, now, while these lights are flashing on the side of the seat, there’s also a nozzle cleansing button. You’ll want to press that and when you do, you’ll notice that the seat temperature light on the Bidet Seat will either be flashing, or not flashing. If it’s flashing, that means that the seat sensor is currently active. If it’s not flashing, then that means that you have successfully disabled the seat sensor. Now, before you start getting really excited and use the unit, you have to let it sit for 10 seconds. This 10 second period is a reconfiguration time for the seat. If you press any other buttons within 10 seconds of setting that seat sensor, either on, or off, it’s not going to take. Give it a little bit of time, let it sit and after that 10 second period, you’re ready to use the Brondell Swash 1400 in whatever setting you just configured. In order to reverse that setting, just go through these steps again.

Now, you might be saying to yourself, “I would love to turn off the seat sensor on my Brondell Swash 1400, but I don’t have one.”. We’ve got good news: We sell the Swash 1400. Check us out, our website is in the video description. You can always email, or call us. That information is in the video description, as well. For special pricing and of course if you have any questions, we’re happy to address them there. You can also leave questions in the comments and we will address them in other videos down the road and of course address them in the comments as we’ll by replying to your comment. Thank you so much for watching today and have a fantastic rest of your day.

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00:00 Introduction
00:24 Turning the Seat Sensor On/Off
02:15 Closing Statement

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