|Item Weight||24.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28.5 x 11.8 x 25.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||MS970CEMFG#01|
|Installation Method||Floor Mounted|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Water Consumption||1.28 GPF|
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Toto MS970CEMFG#01 1.28-GPF/0.9-GPF Washlet with Integrated Toilet G500, Cotton
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- Dual-Max flushing system - 1.28 Gallon Flush or 0.9 Gallon Flush
- Front and rear warm water washing with temperature and adjustable pressure controls
- Remote control operation. Illuminated touch pad. 2 user memory. Auto Open/Close lid. Auto Flush
- Sleek, low profile skirted one-piece Elongated front bowl
- Automatic air deodorizer - Warm air dryer
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The Washlet G500 comes complete with an integrated toilet delivering a compact design. The Dual-Max Cyclone system flushes either 1.28 or 0.9 GPF. It uses gravity, combined with a cycle bowl cleanse and SanaGloss glaze, which aids in ease of cleaning and long-term bowl sanitation. Features include front and rear warm water washing with temperature and adjustable pressure controls, heated seat with temperature control, automatic air deodorizer, warm air dryer, remote control operation, illuminated touchpad, 2 user memory, auto open/close lid, auto flush, and 12-Inch rough-in. Mounting and connection hardware are included. The item is ADA compliant and features a universal height.
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When you walk to the toilet, the lid opens automatically and with press of a button on the remote, the toilet seat raises up. After you are done, it flushes automatically and the seat and the lid come down. When you are sitting on the seat, the automatic deodorizer comes on, and you can wash by pressing the button on the remote. And then dry by pressing another button on the remote. Water pressure and temperature, and the air pressure are adjustable. The seat is heated. Only thing you touch with your hands is really the remote. The settings can be customized for 2 users.
That is just the basic operation. But there are a whole lot of settings you can customize, different settings at different time, different temperature and pressure etc.etc. The instruction manual is 61 pages long, 9 pages are devoted to just the safety instructions!
But the installation is very complicated. In addition to the 61 page instruction manual for using the toilet, there is 8 page installation manual. Installation instructions are poorly written, mostly diagrams with not much written explanations. You need to have water and electric outlets, about 12 inches away from the midline. It took my plumber 10 hours to install this toilet!
And if you do not want to go through that complicated process, you can just buy one of the bidet/washlet seats which don't have automatic seat and lid closing and automatic flushing. Most of them fit on standard elongated toilet bowels. So you have to touch to raise and lower the seat and to flush.
But this toilet is a pleasure to use!
OK, so now the valve is in the proper spot, now to place this funny looking black thing that came with the toilet. I had a 3 inch drain, there are also 3 1/2 and 4 inch drain. I had to go back to Menards twice because I didn't measure the toilet to floor drain rubber adapter. Affixing the black thing was childs play. I did buy new toilet flange bolts. Ok, now I slid the unit into place and wa-la it fit. Now for the test run. Attach water supply, attach, electric. (I did not mention, I also had to move the electric supply down to the level of the toilet.) Water turned on.... nothing. Electric plug in, led's light up... commode seat rises like it is saluting me... then nothing. I push small flush on remote. I hear water entering the reservoir... nothing. I push flush again. It flushes. I am watching the toilet flush, it's Sunday night @ 9PM and I am watching a toilet flush, exciting. The test works.
OK, a few more screws to secure the unit in place and I acquired a new toilet paper holder too. The wife is a bit taken aback and will not read the 53 page manual. She tells me it is my toilet. I sit on it to adjust the various setting and because I don't realize how to stop the cleansing flow and endure 6 minutes of cleansing. (I later find out, I could have checked this out by deflecting the flow with my hand.)
We have had the unit 2 weeks now, it works flawlessly. The wife uses it and prefers it to everything else in the house. Here is the sequence, walk into bathroom, toilet lid lifts up automatically. Sit. Deodorizer activated. (Urine has an odor.) Stand up and walk away. For a more extensive evacuation, the sequence works in a similar manner. The difference is the remote and pushing it to increase or decrease the intensity and temperature of the flow of water, directionality, waffling, eccentric whatever. Basically once you figure it out, it really works. The blow dryer works pretty well too.
So what is the difference between this and our old Gerber. It's quiet and I don't believe will ever require a toilet auger. The wife is amazed how clean it has stayed- 2 weeks and appears to really be self-cleaning. But, keep in mind, (I read instructions) never wipe the plastic surface with toilet paper, always use a wet soft cloth and you won't scratch it somehow. I put a post-it note on the seat so the cleaning lady would not mess with it.
$3000 for a toilet and $2000 to have electrical run and the pipe moved for it, and it is worse than the $250 American Standard units we have in other bathrooms. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY - THIS ITEM IS DEEPLY FLAWED!!!