What you have
Flexible Hoses 7/8"x3/8" 
1/2"x3/8"  
(2) Adapters with
emergency shut valve  
10' White tube (3) Rubber seal  

(2) 1/2" Converter

 
  What you need
Teflon Tape

Screw Driver  

Wrench

Cutter

Compression Fitting

Velcro Tape
(optional)

 
  First things first.

Locate hot water source and make sure supplied 10 feet of white tube is enough to connect both hot and cold water to BB-200.
Should you need extra length of tube, contact customer service or distributor in you area for immediate supply. Compression fitting is not standard supply. Be sure to have it before cutting pipe.

  Installation

1. Shut off the water valve. 
2. Measure and cut copper pipe using cutter. 
3. Unscrew and detach bolt. 
4. Apply bolt first, then slide compression fitting. 
5. Slide down and fit it to top thread of adapter.
(copper pipe must be straight to thread) 
6. Insert packing into bottom of adapter as illustrated, 
then tighten adapter to main water valve. 

Avoid having tube inlet addressed directly to top of water valve to turn it back on freely.
You can now close emergency shut off valve and turn on main water valve to
test if there is any leak. 

Insert one end of the white tube into adapter inlet with nut as shown, the
insert the other end to BB-200 hot water inlet.

Use Velcro tape to secure white tube to edge of wall.
This will prevent accidental unplugging tube and tube from hanging.  

If you have a flexible metal hoes instead of copper pipe,
simply substitute it with supplied flexible hose with packing inserted.

For cold water connection, please refer to BB-50 installation page. 

 
  Ready? Go!

Trying your Bio-Bidet for the first time. 
Congratulations! Your are ready to use the Bio-Bidet for the first time.

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU USE "NOZZLE CLEANING" EVERY TIME YOU
USE BB-200. IT WILL:
1. PREVENT ACCIDENTAL NOZZLE CLOGGING.
2. PREVENT TOILET CLOGGING.
3. IT WILL BRING UP ENOUGH HOT WATER TO PROVIDE YOU WARM 
WATER WHEN YOU ARE READY TO CLEAN YOURSELF.

To use it, simply pull it up all the way residual cold water is drained and
warm water starts to run through. 

You must push it down before adjusting water pressure. 

 
  Using 1/2" Converter

If your main water line has 1/2" male thread instead of 3/8", simply convert it to 3/8"
using supplied converter.
Simply insert converter in between main water line hose as illustrated.
have further questions or need assistance?
Contact any of our distributors in you area or a representative at our main office.
We are there to help with your questions.

 
  Trouble Shooting

If your spray nozzle is clogged, you can remove the spray outlet by turning it 90 degree
counter clockwise and pulling it down. After cleaning it, put it back an turn 90 degree
clockwise to lock.

You can select two different water spray angles by pulling the spray outlet tip up
or pushing it back as illustrated.

 
  FINAL ASSEMBLED FIGURE
 

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