How do I turn off the Cascade 3000’s seat sensor? | Bidet Answers with Dan | Video
Have a need to turn off the seat sensor on the Cascade 3000? Do you use a seat that allows you to sit over the toilet and won’t be able to activity the sensor? Daniel Johnson, your bidet expert and Many Bidets owner, takes you through the steps to turn the seat sensor on and off.
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How do I turn off the Cascade 3000’s seat sensor? Transcript:
The Cascade 3000 is our top recommendation, for those who need a Bidet Seat for disability reasons. For this reason, we often get questions about if the seat sensor can be turned off. In this video, we’ll talk about how to do that.
Any electric Bidet Seat on the market has a seat sensor built into it. This sensor picks up when someone is seated on the unit, so that the wash doesn’t run unless someone is seated. This is a very handy feature. However, if you’re in a chair that sits over the toilet, or using a lift this functionality makes the seat less usable, than if it didn’t have the seat sensor at all. Thankfully, with the Cascade 3000 this seat sensor can be turned off. All you need to do is unplug the unit. You’ll notice on the back of the unit there are three buttons. You are going to press and hold on the two outer buttons. Which would be the light button and the rear wash/stop button. Hold down on those buttons while you plug the unit back in and continue holding on them until you hear a beep. At this point in time, the seat sensor has been disabled.
In order to turn the seat sensor back on, just repeat the process and it will toggle back on. If you’re looking for this particular functionality on a different Bidet Seat, most companies refer to this feature as “Child Mode”, because a child may not necessarily activate the seat sensor on their own. The child mode allows you to disable that seat sensor altogether. Now, keep in mind that if you do have a child in the house, they turn the wash on and they get off without turning it off, you’re going to have a big mess, so use this feature at your discretion. If you are using it for the sake of a child using the Bidet, the other thing to keep in mind is that most Bidets on the market use an infrared sensor that senses skin contact. If the child is not activating the sensor, it might be as simple as having him, or her, move his, or her legs further out, or further in, until the skin comes in contact with the sensor.
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00:18 Turning the Seat Sensor Off/ Child Mode
01:24 Turning the Seat Sensor Off/ Child Mode
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