GROHE Sensia ARENA 39355SH0 ユーザーマニュアル

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GROHE
モデル
Sensia ARENA 39355SH0
タイプ
ユーザーマニュアル
39355SH0
DESIGN + ENGINEERING
GROHE GERMANY
http://www.grohe.com
Sensia
®
ARENA
INT00010/ÄM 238906/03.17
USER MANUAL
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Table of Contents
2
Be Sure to Follow the Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions .........................................................................................................................................................4
Precautions for Preventing the Failure
Handling Precautions .....................................................................................................................................................8
Introduction
Control and Buttons
Main Unit ........................................................................................................................................................................9
Water Shutoff Valve .....................................................................................................................................................10
Remote Control ............................................................................................................................................................11
Screen List ...................................................................................................................................................................12
Preparation Before Use
Checking the Water Shutoff Valve and Power .............................................................................................................14
How to Use
General Use
Basic Operations..........................................................................................................................................................15
Washing with the Shower.............................................................................................................................................16
Drying with Warm Air ...................................................................................................................................................18
Auto Flush Function .....................................................................................................................................................19
Auto Seat/Lid Open and Close Function......................................................................................................................20
Adjusting the Toilet Seat Temperature.........................................................................................................................21
Useful Operations
Music............................................................................................................................................................................22
Pre-Wash .....................................................................................................................................................................25
Night Light ....................................................................................................................................................................26
Power Save..................................................................................................................................................................27
Plasmacluster Ion.........................................................................................................................................................28
Plasmacluster Ion for Blue Light (Toilet Bowl) .............................................................................................................30
Odor Absorption ...........................................................................................................................................................31
Button Operation Sound...............................................................................................................................................32
Seat Heater Auto Off....................................................................................................................................................33
LED Setting of the Stop Button ....................................................................................................................................34
Restoring the Default Settings .....................................................................................................................................35
Smartphone App (iOS).................................................................................................................................................36
Things you should know
Flushing the Toilet in the Case of Power Outage or Water Failure..............................................................................38
Preventing Freezing .....................................................................................................................................................40
In case you will not be using this product for a long time.............................................................................................42
Table of Contents
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Guidelines ....................................................................................................................................................................44
Cleaning for Toilet Seat, Lid, Covers and Remote Control (Plastic Parts)...................................................................45
Removing the Lid for Cleaning.....................................................................................................................................46
Toilet Bowl (Ceramic Parts) .........................................................................................................................................49
Nozzle Shutter/Dust Filter Of The Odor Absorption Cartridge .....................................................................................50
Nozzle ..........................................................................................................................................................................52
Cleaning the Strainer (When Washing Is Getting Weak) .............................................................................................54
Replacing the Batteries of the Remote Control............................................................................................................56
Troubleshooting
FAQ
All Functions.................................................................................................................................................................57
Washing .......................................................................................................................................................................58
Odor Absorption ...........................................................................................................................................................59
Flush ............................................................................................................................................................................60
Dryer ............................................................................................................................................................................60
Auto Seat/Lid Open and Close Function......................................................................................................................61
Seat Heater ..................................................................................................................................................................62
Music............................................................................................................................................................................62
Plasmacluster Ion (Toilet Bowl)....................................................................................................................................62
Plasmacluster Ion (Room)............................................................................................................................................63
Smartphone App ..........................................................................................................................................................63
Miscellaneous ..............................................................................................................................................................64
After-Sales Service
After-Sales Service ......................................................................................................................................................65
Specifications
Specifications ...............................................................................................................................................................67
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Be Sure to Follow the Safety Precautions
Safety Pr ecautions
Failure to follow the safety precautions may result in serious
accidents in some circumstances.
Each of these items is extremely important for safety, and should
be strictly observed.
In the event that an accident occurs as a result of improper
usage, GROHE will assume no responsibility for damages.
This product is assumed to be used by persons, such as elderly
persons, persons with limited mobility, or illness, and children.
This product usage includes direct contact with a skin.
To ensure proper usage of this product, please read the manual
carefully before using it.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
When using the product - especially in the presence of children -
you should always observe the following safety instructions.
Grohe cannot be held liable for damages that are the result of
disregarding these instructions.
In order to illustrate varying degrees of severity, the following
terms are used:
DANGER
Denotes an immediately hazardous situation, which may result in
death or severe injury if not prevented.
WARNING
Denotes a potentially hazardous situation, which may result in
death or severe injury if not prevented.
CAUTION
Denotes a potentially hazardous situation, that may result in mild
to moderate injuries and/or damages to the product and/or other
items and property if not prevented.
DANGER
WARNING
Safety Precautions
Risk of electric shock (risk of death!):
Do not place or store product where it can
fall or be pulled into a tub or sink.
Do not install this product
in a wet or damp location,
such as inside a shower
room or steam room, as
this may lead to electric
shock or fire.
Do not pour water or cleaning agents into
or onto the toilet seat or the remote
control. It could cause electric shock or
fires.
The electrical safety of the device is only
ensured when it is connected to a
properly installed ground conductor
system. This basic safety requirement
must be ensured. When in doubt, have
your electrical system checked by a
qualified electrician. The power
specifications (frequency and voltage)
shown on the nameplate of the device
must meet the specifications of the mains
line at the installation site, in order to
prevent damages to the device.
Risk of burns, electric shock, fires and/or
personal injury:
In devices that are delivered without the
connecting power line or when replacing
the damaged power line, as special
connector line must be purchased from
an authorized dealer.
The device must be disconnected from
the power supply for any and all
installation- and maintenance work and
for repairs.
This also applies in the event that you find
damages on the power supply line or on
the product itself.
Please ensure this by
setting the fuses (LS switches) of the
electrical installation into the off
position or
by completely removing the screw-in
fuses of the electrical installation or
by completely pulling the power plug
(if any) out of the wall socket.
When doing so, do not pull on the cord,
but pull on the power plug (if present)
instead.
Do not connect or disconnect the power
plug with wet hands, as this may cause
electric shock.
Hold the power plug when connecting or
disconnecting it. If you hold the cord, the
plug or cord may be damaged, resulting
in electric shock or fire.
Disconnect the power plug periodically
and clean it with a dry cloth, as dust
accumulated on the power plug may
cause fire.
Be Sure to Follow the Safety Precautions
5
This product should only be connected to
AC 220-240V. Do not connect additional
power cords to the toilet’s electrical
outlet, as this may result in fire.
Completely insert the power plug into the
electrical outlet, as failure to do so may
cause electric shock or fire.
Do not use a loose outlet, as this may
cause electric shock or fire.
If the toilet seat is used for a long period
of time without setting the seat
temperature to “OFF”, the user may
suffer a low-temperature burn. These
precautions should especially be
observed when any of the following use
the toilet.
–Children
Elderly persons
Persons with an illness
Persons with thermo regulatory
dysfunction
Persons with sensitive skin
Persons on medication that may
cause drowsiness
Persons who are under the influence
of alcohol
Persons who are suffering from
exhaustion
Check the temperature settings of the
water and the dryer air before each use.
Set the air dryer temperature to the
lowest level if you intend to use this
feature for a prolonged period of time.
There is a risk of burns, if this feature is
used for a prolonged period of time at
high temperature settings. This applies
particularly to the following populations:
children, the elderly, ill persons, persons
with sensitive skin and thermoregulatory
dysfunctions, the inebriated and overly
tired people.
Do not use outdoors, including areas with
big vibrations, and do not operate in a
space where aerosol spray is used or
concentrated oxygen is being
administered. It may cause a malfunction
or loss of glossiness.
Make sure that no items or foreign
objects obstruct any openings (air
outlets, hoses, etc.). Remove any
obstructions immediately to prevent
possible hazards and damages.
Observe the following instructions if you
are using batteries.
Make sure to use to right poles (+ /-)
when inserting the batteries.
Remove the batteries from the
remote control if you won’t use the
toilet for an extended period of time.
Do not leave spent batteries inside
the remote control, as they can
corrode which could cause damages
to your health or the remote control.
Batteries do not belong into the
household waste! Discard batteries in
compliance with your local
regulations. Battery leakage may
cause fire.
Keep batteries away from children.
Batteries are not toys. Contact a
physician immediately in the event of
a battery being swallowed
accidentally.
If your skin comes into contact with
the liquid inside a battery, rinse
immediately with copious amounts of
water.
If spilled battery fluid comes into
contact with the eyes, immediately
rinse with clean water without
rubbing. The liquid can cause
blindness. Talk to a doctor.
Be mindful of the following when handling
batteries:
Do not store batteries carelessly
together with other metal objects
(necklaces, hair pins etc.).
Please do not mix new and old
batteries, but remove both batteries
at the same time as they will
discharge otherwise. Only use
batteries of the same type.
Do not recharge batteries, short
them, open or damage them by force
and do not bring them into contact
with fire, water or high temperatures.
They could otherwise explode or leak
and thereby cause damages.
Be Sure to Follow the Safety Precautions
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CAUTION
Do not try to open or repair the Shower
Toilet on your own. Do not make
modifications or install additional items.
The Shower Toilet contains energized
power lines. Upon being opened, there is
a risk to your life! Repairs must only be
performed with original replacement
parts and accessories by authorized
maintenance personnel. Improper
installation and maintenance work or
repairs can create substantial hazards to
the user.
Do not use near electronics and medical
equipment with a weak signal. There is a
danger that electrical malfunction may
cause an accident.
Use this product only for its intended use
as described in the manual. Do not use
attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer.
If water leaks from the toilet seat or the
water supply line, disconnect the Shower
Toilet from the power supply and close
the water cutout valve.
There is a risk of electric shock, fire and
flooding.
If there is any indication of damages to
the Shower Toilet, disconnect
immediately from the power supply and
contact the Grohe customer service.
This product should only be connected to
a potable water supply line. Failure to do
so will cause problems in the operation.
Keep the power supply cord away from
heated surfaces (e.g. surface radiators)
If there is a possibility of water freezing,
be sure to enable the antifreeze function.
Damage due to freezing may cause fire
or flooding.
Risk of minor injuries and property damage:
For care of the plastic parts,
use a neutral detergent. There
is a danger of electric shock,
fire and/or injury due to damage
to the plastic parts.
Do not use chlorine-based
detergent, acidic detergent, or
disinfectant for cleaning the
ceramic parts. It may cause
malfunction and damage due to
the vaporized gas.
Make sure that the clamp
ring is placed firmly onto
the water supply hose.
There is a risk of water
spilling if the hose slips
from the untightened clip.
Do not supply with water other than
potable water. It may cause electric
shock, fire and skin inflammation due
corrosion of electronic parts inside the
seat unit.
Do not stand on the lid of the
toilet seat. There is a risk of
injury and damages to the
device.
Do not place your weight on or climb on
the water shutoff valve. It may cause
flooding due to water leakage.
Keep flame sources (cigarettes) away
from the product. There is a risk of fire.
If you identify tears in the ceramic part of
the toilet of the electrical unit (toilet seat),
do not touch these areas. There is a risk
of personal injury. Have the defective
parts replaced by a specialist as soon as
possible.
Do not lean against the lid of the
toilet seat during use. There is a
risk of injury and damages to the
device.
Be Sure to Follow the Safety Precautions
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Do not supply the toilet with a hot water,
or do not expose the toilet to any impact.
There is a risk of injury from damaged
parts. There is a danger of damage or
water leakage.
Regularly inspect the device for visible
damages. Damages on the device can
pose a risk to your safety. Don’t ever
switch on a damaged device.
If you will not be using this product for a
long time, close the water shutoff valve
and drain the water from the toilet, and
then, turn off the power at the power
breaker or disconnect the power plug
from the outlet. There is a danger of fire
or flooding due to freeze damage. There
is a danger of skin inflammation due to
dirty water.
When the device is used by children, the
elderly or persons with mobility
impairments you must ensure that they
won’t fall off. There is a risk of injury and
damages to the device.
The on-site electrical installation and
connecting the device to the power mains
must only be performed by authorized
and qualified electricians, who are well
versed in the locally applicable
regulations and supplemental
requirements and know the requirements
of the local utility providers extensively.
Improper installation and maintenance
work or repairs can create substantial
hazards to the user, for which Grohe
cannot be held liable.
Do not apply impact to the
clip ring or pull it when
cleaning the toilet, as the
clip ring may break and
the water supply hose may
come off, resulting in
flooding.
Turn off the power at the power breaker
or disconnect the power plug from the
outlet when cleaning. Failure to do so
may cause electric shock. (Ensure the
power is turned on when using the nozzle
cleaning function.)
This product is not intended to be used by
children aged under 8 years old, persons
with physical and/or mental disabilities, or
persons lacking experiences and
knowledge without the supervisions and
instructions of the person responsible for
the safety and understands possible
hazards.
Children shall not play with the product.
Cleaning and maintenance of this
product shall not be made by children
without supervision.
Do not bend or crush the water supply
hose, as this may result in water leakage
and flooding.
Note the following when using the
strainer. If foreign materials are attached
to the O-ring, it may cause flooding due to
water leakage.
Close the water shutoff valve when
removing the strainer.
When installing the strainer, tighten if
fully so there is no gap.
Check that the O-ring is free from
foreign materials when attaching it.
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Precautions for Preventing the Failure
Handling Precautions
Do not expose the toilet to direct
sunlight. It can cause discoloration of
the plastic parts. Direct sunlight can
furthermore lead to the remote control
and the sensor not working properly.
Do not open and close the toilet seat or
lid roughly. It may cause malfunction of
auto open/close, cracking or electrical
leakage.
Do not pour water or cleaning
agents onto the remote control.
It could cause it to malfunction.
Do not apply toilet deodorizer to the plastic
parts. If you do, wipe it off immediately. The
gloss may be lost.
Never block the air openings of the
product. It may cause malfunction.
Do not use electrical heaters in the
vicinity of the toilet. It could cause
discoloration of the plastic parts or
malfunctions.
Do not use any paper other than toilet
paper. Be careful not to drop any
foreign materials in the bowl, as they
may clog the drain pipe. If you drop,
pick it up before flushing.
If the toilet should become clogged,
use a plunger to remove the clogging.
Do not flush the toilet and do not fill
water into it by other means (e.g. with a
bucket) until the clogging is removed.
Waste water spilling over constitutes a
risk of electric shock and damages to
the device (electronic components
inside the toilet seat can get damaged).
Do not wipe the toilet seat unit or plastic parts
with a dry cloth or toilet paper. The surface of
plastic parts may become scratched and lose
their gloss.
Do not operate the remote control with wet
hands. It could cause it to malfunction.
Depending on the size, amount, or the weight of
the excrement, also with the type or amount of
the toilet paper used, the toilet cannot
completely flushed with a single flush. Note that
the amount of the toilet paper which can be
flushed in a single full flush is approximately 5
m.
Waste that is heavy and difficult to dissolve in
water, such as barium, may not wash away in
one flush. If barium or other waste remains in
the toilet bowl, use a toilet brush and then flush
several times.
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Introduction
Control and Buttons
Main Unit
1 Toilet seat lid (Page 15, 20, 45)
2 Upper body sensor
3 Lower body sensor, seating sensor
4 Toilet seat (Page 15
, 20, 45)
5 Dust filter of the odor absorption cartridge (Page 51
)
6 Nozzle (for front washing) (Page 52
)
7 Nozzle (for rear washing) (Page 52
)
8 Toilet bowl (Page 15
, 49)
9 Top cover (Page 38
)
10 AC power plug* (Page 14
)
* Only when the AC power plug is attached.
11 Water shutoff valve (Page 10
, 14, 54)
12 Strainer (Page 10
, 54)
13 Water supply hose (Page 41
)
HINT
When flushing the toilet manually, open the top cover and operate the flushing lever. (Page 38
)
9
11
12
2
1
4
5
8
7
13
6
3
10*
Introduction
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Water Shutoff Valve
1 Water shutoff valve (Page 10, 14, 54)
2 Strainer (Page 10
, 54)
3 Open/close handle (Page 14
, 54)
HINT
The strainer removes foreign matter from the water supply.
If the strainer is hard to remove, use a tool (wrench).
NOTE:
The open/close handle is used when stopping the washing water. Be sure that it is fully opened.
Rotate the water shutoff valve seven turns to fully open it.
Be sure that the water shutoff valve is closed before removing the strainer. When removing the strainer, a small
amount of water will spill. Place a cloth under the strainer. (Page 54
)
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2
3
Introduction
11
Remote Control
1 Toilet Seat Open/Close button
2 Flush (full) button
3 Flush (light) button
4 Screen
The screen changes according to usage.
5 Power/Home button
Turns on/off, or goes to the home menu.
6 Set/Next button
Changes the screen display.
7 Function buttons
Button operation changes according to the screen display.
8 Nozzle Position Adjust buttons
Adjusts the nozzle position backwards or forwards.
9 Water pressure Adjust buttons
Adjusts the water pressure for rear washing, rear washing-gentle, and front washing functions.
10 Front Washing (for women) button
Provides front washing for women.
11 Rear Washing - Gentle button
Provides a gentle spray for rear washing.
12 Rear Washing button
Provides a strong spray for rear washing.
13 Stop button
Stops the washing and dryer functions.
HINT
The power off screen will be displayed when power is turned off by pressing the Power/Home button.
When there is no operation for 30 seconds, the screen returns to the home menu. In this case, start the operation from
the beginning.
A residual image may appear on the screen when the remote control is used in a low temperature environment. This is
not a malfunction. The screen display will return to normal state when the temperature of the environment becomes
normal.
The screen may display a reversed black and white screen once in a while. This is not a malfunction.
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Introduction
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Screen List
Home menu
During washing
Error message
Rear washing Front washing
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
During the power-OFF
Press the power button.
Replace the battery.
-Slide up the remote con-
trol and replace the bat-
tery cover on the back.
Connect the remote control
with the shower toilet.
-Bring the remote control
close to the toilet and
press the setting button.
Can not connect with
the toilet.
-power on and operate
near the toilet.
Introduction
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Setting Screen
1
Press the (set/next) button
2
Press the buttons below the screen
1
Press the
(s
et/nex
t)
button
1 MUSIC REPEAT
ALL REPEAT
RANDOM
OFF
ONLY LID
SEAT & LID
OFF
2 sec
6 sec
10 sec
15 sec
OFF
Auto flush after standing up
Auto open/close mode
Music function
Music play mode
Intermittent flushing (Anti-freeze function)
Use for automatic drain
Pairing the remote and the toilet
Returns to default setting
Power saving mode
Anti-bacteria ion
Ion blue light mode
Odor absorption function
Button operation sound
Seat heater auto off
Flash of the of the remote
Reset to initial setting?
YES NO
MUSIC
VOLUME
Each press changes the
display from [SETTING 1] to
[SETTING 5].
The corresponding setting is
displayed.
SPRAY STRENGTH
DRYER
DRYER
TEMP
SEAT
TEMP
WATER
TEMP
SETTING 1
6SEC
AUTO OPEN
/CLOSE
MUSIC
ONLY LID
AUTO
FLUSH
AUTO
MUSIC
1 MUSIC
REPEAT
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
Manual cleaning nozzle
Use for extending nozzle
Pre-wash function
Turns on the light mode
1
2
3
4
SETTING 2
CLEAN-
ING
NOZZLE
PRE WASH
ON
NIGHT
LIGHT
AUTO
MOVE
OUT
NOZZLE
1 2 3 4
SETTING 3
ION
BLUE
LIGHT
ON
ODOR
ABSORPTION
ON
POWER
SAVE
OFF OFF
ION
1 2 3 4
OFF
BOWL
ROOM
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
AUTO
ON
OFF
SETTING 4
KEYPAD
SOUNDS
ON
SEAT
HEATER
AUTO OFF
OFF
STOP
LED
ON
1 2 3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SETTING 5
INTIAL-
SETT-
ING
INTER-
MITTENT
FLUSH
OFF
AUTO-
MATIC
DRAIN
REGIST-
RATION
1 2 3 4
ON
OFF
Introduction
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Preparation Before Use
Checking the Water Shutoff Valve and Power
Before using the toilet for the first time, check the following items.
1. Open the water shutoff valve.
If the water shutoff valve is closed, turn the open/close handle counterclockwise.
Rotate the water shutoff valve seven turns to fully open it.
Turn the open/close handle 90 degrees from fully opened position to prevent the open/close handle from getting
stuck.
If the open/close handle is hard to turn, turn the water shutoff valve while holding it with a dry towel, etc.
2. If attaching the power plug, connect the power plug to the outlet.
NOTE:
Please wait for about 10 seconds before connecting the power plug again.
Water shutoff valve
Open/close handle
Open
Power plug
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How to Use
General Use
Basic Operations
OPENING THE TOILET SEAT LID / TOILET SEAT
AUTO MANUAL
The lid opens automatically when you stand in front of
the toilet.
The seat opens by pressing
the
(open/close) button
on the remote control.
PRE-WASH
When you sit on the seat, a small amount of water washes the bowl to minimize stain
accumulation.
1 WASHING
WASH ADJUST STOP
Rear washing
Water
Pressure
Nozzle
Position
Stop spray
Rear washing-
gentle
Front (for women)
Water
temperature
2 DRYING
DRY ADJUST STOP
Dry with warm air
Dry temperature
Stop warm
air
3 FLUSHING
AUTO REMOTE
Flushing starts automatically when you stand up.
Flush (full)
Flush (light)
CLOSING THE TOILET SEAT LID / TOILET SEAT
AUTO MANUAL
The lid closes automatically when you leave the toilet.
The seat closes by pressing
the
(open/close) button
on the remote control.
How to Use
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Washing with the Shower
1 (rear washing) button: Washes rear part
2 (rear washing-gentle) button: Washes rear part gently
3 (front washing for women): Washes front part
4 (stop) button: Stops washing
5 Spray strength adjust button (+/-): Adjusts spray pressure (6 levels) during washing
6 Nozzle position adjust button ( / ): Adjusts nozzle position (5 levels: default/2 levels forward/2 levels backward) during
washing
Changing the washing mode
Press the buttons below the indicators on the screen during washing.
1 [WIDE] ( ): Moves the nozzle back and forth to wash a wide range
2 [SUPER WIDE] ( ): Washes an extended range
[NARROW] ( ): Moves back and forth over a short span
3 [MASSAGE] ( ): Alternates the water pressure between two levels for massaging effect
4 [WATER TEMP] ( ): Adjusts the water temperature (6 levels: Off (water temperature), Low (approximately 32 °C)
to High (approximately 40 °C))
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HINT
The washing function cannot be operated without sitting on the toilet seat.
The shower automatically stops after 2 minutes. However, this function can be extended up to 6 minutes when the
massage function and alike is used during washing.
Water will come out from a point near the nozzles upon sitting on the toilet seat, or right before or after using the washing
function. This is not a malfunction.
NOTE:
The water temperature of the shower may become lower than expected when temperature of the supplied water is
extremely low, during winter for example.
For less water splashing while using washing function, sit further back on the toilet seat.
The shower stops when the toilet is flushed. The shower cannot be used while flushing the toilet.
Avoid using the shower for an extended period of time. Do not use this function to wash inside the rectum, vagina, or
urethra.
Do not use this function to stimulate bowel movement. Also, do not defecate intentionally while using this function.
Do not use this function when there is pain or inflammation on the private parts.
When the user is undergoing medical treatments on their private parts, follow the physician's instructions for using this
function.
How to Use
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Drying with Warm Air
1 [DRYER]: Press the button below this indicator to use dryer function
2 [DRYER TEMP]: Press the button below this indicator while using the dryer function to adjust the dryer temperature
Medium (Approx. 40 °C)
High (Approx. 55 °C)
Low (Room temp.)
3 (Stop): Stops the dryer function
HINT
If the [DRYER] indicator is not displayed on the screen, press the (power/home) button.
The dryer temperature will return to its initial setting when the dryer function is stopped.
The dryer function automatically stops after approximately 4 minutes.
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How to Use
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Auto Flush Function
Flushes the toilet automatically. You can change the flush delay setting.
1. Press the (set/next) button repeatedly until the [SETTTING 1] screen appears.
2. Press the button below [AUTO FLUSH] repeatedly to select the setting.
[2 sec]: Flushes after 2 seconds
[6 sec]: Flushes after 6 seconds (Default)
[10 sec]: Flushes after 10 seconds
[15 sec]: Flushes after 15 seconds
[OFF]: Auto flush function is off
HINT
In the case of a power outage or water failure, flush the toilet following the procedure in
Flushing the Toilet in the Case of
Power Outage or Water Failure” (page 38).
When too much toilet paper is used, it may not be flushed completely when the (flush/light) button is used. In this
case, press the (flush/full) button.
If flushing twice without pause, the toilet may be unable to flush. If this happens, flush the toilet manually by pressing the
/ buttons after a while.
The auto flush function will not activate when the user sits on the toilet for less than 10 seconds.
SETTING 1
6SEC
AUTO OPEN
/CLOSE
MUSIC
ONLY LID
AUTO
FLUSH
AUTO
MUSIC
1 MUSIC
REPEAT
2 1
How to Use
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Auto Seat/Lid Open and Close Function
You can set the automatic opening/closing function of the toilet seat lid and the toilet seat.
1. Press the (set/next) button repeatedly until the [SETTING 1] screen appears.
2. Press the button below [AUTO OPEN/CLOSE] repeatedly to select the setting.
[ONLY LID]: Automatically opens/closes the toilet seat lit (Default)
[SEAT & LID]: Automatically opens/closes the toilet seat and the toilet seat lid
[OFF]: Automatic opening and closing function is off
HINT
The sensor may fail to detect the user when the room temperature is above 30 °C. If this happens, ventilate the toilet
room to lower the temperature or move closer to the toilet.
NOTE:
Direct sunlight and heating equipment may cause the sensor to malfunction and the toilet seat lid to automatically
open.
Open or close the toilet seat lid gently when opening or closing it manually. Excessive force may damage the toilet
seat lid.
Do not manually obstruct, stop, or move opposite the direction of the toilet seat or lid when it operates. This may
damage the toilet seat or lit or cause the auto close function to malfunction.
SETTING 1
6SEC
AUTO OPEN
/CLOSE
MUSIC
ONLY LID
AUTO
FLUSH
AUTO
MUSIC
1 MUSIC
REPEAT
2 1
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