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Old 01-15-2014, 03:41 PM   #1
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My tech said one side of the pump has failed and we need a new one for our bed. Any ideas where to get one at a REASONABLE price?
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Prior to the pump failing on your sleep number bed, did you like it?
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Old 01-15-2014, 04:06 PM   #3
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Yes, I liked the convenience of trying to find a setting for my usually sore back. I am considering just going to a mattress and box spring. Cost will be a factor.

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I have back issues and got an I-comfort bed and it seems to really help. Mine is on a mechanical base so I can adjust as needed, I will never go back. My wife has one too but on back springs and really likes it too.
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Yes, I liked the convenience of trying to find a setting for my usually sore back. I am considering just going to a mattress and box spring. Cost will be a factor. Cheers
I got my replacement pump directly from Sleep Number when it broke. The replacement is controlled by a wireless remote that controls both sides individually. As I recall, it wasn't terribly expensive either, certainly nowhere near the cost or the weight of a traditional mattress. And IMHO, it blows away the regular mattress for back comfort.
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You might try Ebay,
Our Class C came with a Sleep Number bed, and after a couple of nights I HATED it! So I ripped it all out and replaced it with a nice quality mattress!
I sold the pump and parts on Ebay, they have a good selection of all the different pumps new and used.
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My tech said one side of the pump has failed and we need a new one for our bed. Any ideas where to get one at a REASONABLE price?
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Try Sleep Number. even if you if not register it for warranty, there may be some warranty that allows them to pro-rate.

They have pretty decent customer service.
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dog folks, I replaced my pump from sleep number. I got a reconditioned wireless pump. It works great and I think it was about $69.00. good luck, wetdog.
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