"Gerry rigged"

Originally Posted By: jpope
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Hey Gerry B. What happens when Europeans move to the U.S. and need “at home” accommodations? icon_lol.gif







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Originally Posted By: tallen
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icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif I love it!!



I have put the past behind me,


where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.


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Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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That’s great!!! icon_cool.gif A combination dunney/bidet/self cleaning toilet!



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Originally Posted By: gbeaumont
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Hi to all,


Jeff, you got to be $h!tt!n@ me right, no self respecting European would hit themself in the butt with cold water at 60psi ![icon_eek.gif](upload://yuxgmvDDEGIQPAyP9sRnK0D0CCY.gif) ![icon_eek.gif](upload://yuxgmvDDEGIQPAyP9sRnK0D0CCY.gif)

Regards

Gerry


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Originally Posted By: dedwards
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Originally Posted By: ecrofutt
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For Crying out loud, can you imagine that 57 degree water hitting your a$%.


I'm sure Gerry would have installed it with a mixing valve.


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Originally Posted By: Richard A Baxter
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First i would like to say I’m a new member.Enjoy reading this forum and looking at pics.I first installed one of these for a Dr from india.In a years time we installed around ten units using delta shower valves and delta veg sprayers.They seemed to catch on with his friends. They all did not want bidets.



Without plumbers the world would have more crap to deal with.

Originally Posted By: psabados
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Must have been installed by one of the commer types and not the upper class. Note the spray head has a fixed pattern and not a more expensive variable spray head.


I wonder if they ever thought about using one of those Ronco rotary head car washing nozzles

Jeff, just curious, what did your client have to say about it. Better yet, how long did it take before you could make a serious comment about it

Paul


Originally Posted By: jpope
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Uhhhh. . . comment? icon_confused.gif


It wasn't leaking. . .

It showed no obvious signs of defects. . .

I didn't even include the picture in the report. I guess I could have recommended sterilization before each use


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Originally Posted By: jpeck
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Jeff,


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.


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Originally Posted By: Vince Santos
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That has got to be the best picture I have seen relating to plumbing.


ok, so come to find out it's not to uncommon to find these on toilets

you can even get one with a dryer.. http://www.sanicare.com/biobidet.htm


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Originally Posted By: Walter Engelking
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I’ve seen that a couple times before. Both in unlicensed home beauty shops. They are used in lieu of a legitamate shampoo bowl. Fortunately, I never did see the beauty shop clients!


Walter


Originally Posted By: hgordon
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No way! Very Cool!


Jeff could you send me the highest resolution you have along with all your details...I would love to use it in one of the upcoming Magazine issues!

That is great!

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