Originally Posted By: jpeck
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At the very LEAST, it needs to have a vacuum breaker installed.
There are bidet kit add-ons which go under the seat. THAT is not a proper use for that device.
I would have recommended they replace it with a proper bidet add-on kit, one which is made for that purpose and is approved for use (that use). The seller may choose to remove it, however, your client also has the right to insist on a proper bidet, because the bidet was installed when the house was offered for sale and the contract was signed, meaning that a proper bidet, and one which functions properly, should be there at the time of closing.