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Old 09-17-2021, 08:59 AM   #1
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Bidet

One of the things I miss when I'm on the road is my CleanSense bidet. This thing has a heated seat and multiple ways to clean your fanny. Pretty cool and you use a lot less TP. It requires power and a pressurized water supply.
Has anyone figured out how to install one of these in your fiver? It seems that the electrical would be easy to run but I'm not sure where I would hook into the water supply.
For a few more bucks the manufacturer could make this an option and one would use a lot less TP, thus less clogging of the sensors.
If you've done this successfully could you share how you've done this?
 
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Old 09-17-2021, 01:50 PM   #2
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Add-on Bidet

This or similar: Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

We've used the above model on our Cougar and now added one to the new Montana. Fits just fine on a Dometic 310 toilet. You'll need the appropriate plumbing fitting for the water inlet (sharkBite/pex fitting to whatever the bidet needs is the quickest/easiest). I'd recommend buying the bidet first to determine what fitting is needed.
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Old 09-17-2021, 03:29 PM   #3
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Two years ago we added the LUXE Bidet Neo 120 when we had the Dometic 320 toilet installed. Works great and saves paper. Down side is you know when it's cold outside.
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Would never be without one again...heated seat and water. No toilet paper clogs. It was the first add to our new rig.


Costco has a fairly regular sale on BioBidet unit.

Cut the water line behind the toilet, I used this time to install a shutoff valve. The bidet is supplied with a T fitting, hose for a pretty easy installation. Just add gfci protected outlet.
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Bidet

We have a Luxe bidet also, ours has hot and cold water. I plumbed it in to the water lines in the basement.
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Here are a couple more Threads on adding a Bidet. Search is oyur friend.
https://www.montanaowners.com/forums...ad.php?t=74529
https://www.montanaowners.com/forums...ad.php?t=80451
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Old 09-29-2021, 02:28 PM   #7
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Here are a couple more Threads on adding a Bidet. Search is oyur friend.
https://www.montanaowners.com/forums...ad.php?t=74529
https://www.montanaowners.com/forums...ad.php?t=80451
You know you've arrived when Carl n Susan relink one of your posts!

Bidet, for me, is a must, though I don't worry too much about a heated seat or warm water. The TP savings and cleanliness alone are worth it.

We don't boondock though. The water usage for boondockers may not be worth it.
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Above poster referenced my bidet install. Since those original photos, I did have to re-do the water line as that connection on the back of the toilet continued to have a small drip. I reattached the original threaded PEX connection and changed the water supply this way. My RV dealership parts store had all the fittings. I simply cut the PEX and slipped on the connections. It's been in place for over a year now and thousands of miles on the road now.



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Thank You. that was the phot I needed to see.
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