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Old 03-29-2016, 06:41 PM   #15
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I don't know if they are made the same but I have a blow up air mattress in the fold out couch and it sprang a leak. To repair I sanded off the fuzz and put a patch on it still holding.

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Once had a cologne bottle with a push on cap that popped the top in the mountains. The coach smelled real nice the rest of the summer.

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Haven't had a problem. It must have pressure relief valves or the like. I don't know the model number.

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Old 03-30-2016, 03:12 AM   #18
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I deflate mine while at higher elevations, inflate just before I turn in. Mine has been in for five years and never had a problem while doing that. I travel in the mountains often.
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We always deflate our sleep number bed before travel. We are also in the habit of squeezing any and all plastic bottles before closing. Including those in the fridge!
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Old 03-30-2016, 02:34 PM   #20
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Guessing you didn't read the Owners Instructions that came with it.

my manual has a few lines about traveling to higher altitudes to lower the pressure...
one would think there is a blow off valve??
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We forgot one time to deflate and one side separated at one of the seams in an area about an inch long. Now we always deflate both sides all the way before traveling. I don't think you would have any worries about blowing up though.
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Finally got to check it out. Very small weep leak up by head. Couldn't feel it with my hand but felt the flow on my face.
Going to try a patch since I have nothing to lose.

thanks for the ideas.

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