Yes... I had three air mattresses. The company was very nice and replaced them, but after the third, I took out the air mattress bladder and placed a 1 1/2" foam queen size insert into the cover (I think we got it from Target). Works great and no more leaks..
What happens is the air bladder will start leaking around the seam. Even soapy water doesn't show it (We tried). The other area prone to leaks is the snap fill flap. The replacement air bladder (queen) is $100.00 if not under warranty.
The air mattress spring and bladder enclosure works great with a foam insert. All you gotta do is pull out the air bladder and put the foam mattress in it. Not too thick though, since it has to fold and close.
It is sooooooo much better not having to blow that thing up and let the air out to close. To us, the air mattress was a downgrade.
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