Introduction

The handheld toilet bidet sprayer is a simple but effective cleaning product. It is most common in the Middle East. It is important to know how to replace or fix one of them. People can replace or fix the handheld toilet bidet Sprayer when there is water leaking from the pipes. This is the most common reason to fix the handheld toilet bidet sprayer. If you need to replace a damaged or nonworking handheld toilet bidet sprayer, this guide will offer step by step instructions with visuals to help you.

Tools

No tools required.

  1. Turn off the toilet water valve by turning the knob clockwise.
    • Turn off the toilet water valve by turning the knob clockwise.

  2. Flush the toilet until no water is left in the tank.
    • Flush the toilet until no water is left in the tank.

  3. Place a towel under the tank incase of any water drops.
    • Place a towel under the tank incase of any water drops.

  4. Unscrew the water supply line from the T-connector by turning the knob counterclockwise.
    • Unscrew the water supply line from the T-connector by turning the knob counterclockwise.

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  6. Unscrew the hose from the T-connector by turning the knob counterclockwise.
    • Unscrew the hose from the T-connector by turning the knob counterclockwise.

  7. Unscrew the T-connector from the toilet by turning the knob counterclockwise.
    • Unscrew the T-connector from the toilet by turning the knob counterclockwise.

  8. Install the toilet sprayer's rubber on the water supply hose from the side that is causing a water leak. This will stop water leaking from the hose. Install the toilet sprayer's rubber on the water supply hose from the side that is causing a water leak. This will stop water leaking from the hose. Install the toilet sprayer's rubber on the water supply hose from the side that is causing a water leak. This will stop water leaking from the hose.
    • Install the toilet sprayer's rubber on the water supply hose from the side that is causing a water leak. This will stop water leaking from the hose.

  9. Screw the T-connector back on the toilet by turning the knob clockwise.
    • Screw the T-connector back on the toilet by turning the knob clockwise.

    • Be careful not to cross the threads.

  10. Screw the water supply nut onto the bottom of the T-connector by turning the knob clockwise. Make sure it is firmly hand tight.
    • Screw the water supply nut onto the bottom of the T-connector by turning the knob clockwise. Make sure it is firmly hand tight.

  11. Screw the water supply hose back on the T-connector by turning the knob clockwise. Be sure not to over tighten the nut.
    • Screw the water supply hose back on the T-connector by turning the knob clockwise. Be sure not to over tighten the nut.

  12. Turn on the toilet water valve  by turning the knob counterclockwise. now, you can test your water and spray it through the hose. Make sure there is no water leaking.
    • Turn on the toilet water valve by turning the knob counterclockwise. now, you can test your water and spray it through the hose. Make sure there is no water leaking.

Finish Line

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