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Old 01-19-2020, 11:00 AM   #1
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I have this exact system purchased and will install it this spring in the coach. Im looking forward to the back relief Ill get. Im also hoping it will prevent moisture buildup from forming under the matress.
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Old 01-19-2020, 06:17 PM   #3
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After reading the instructions and advice, it is a lot of work to properly set up and re-adjust firmness. I''ve never owned any type of RV where moisture was found under the mattress. I do hear foam mattresses are known for that though.
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Do many people experience condensation under their mattress?

I've never heard of it.
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Do many people experience condensation under their mattress?

I've never heard of it.
I'll have to go check. But I don't think so.
We have a nice 8" memory foam, been there two years, I think I would have noticed.
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Only if you leave the plastic cover on it.
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Gimmickery tinker toy. Reckon how long it will be before the connections get worn or break?
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Yes, lots of people have condensation problems under their mattresses, mostly from it running down the walls at the head of the bed. Have seen it rot the plywood of the platform itself and made the mattress moldy.

As for comfort your money would be better spent on a real mattress and get some of the mesh they sell for underneath to promote air flow.
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Used to be that most (all) Sleep number (SN) beds had mold problems. Now that SN beds have made their way into RVs, is there any mold issues?
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Used to be that most (all) Sleep number (SN) beds had mold problems. Now that SN beds have made their way into RVs, is there any mold issues?
That's painting with a rather broad brush.
Mold issues? Maybe in Florida. We have had a king, a queen, and two twin Sleep Number beds in various bedrooms over the years. And one in a previous motorhome during a full time stint, a number of years ago. Never even a hint of mold.
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Used to be that most (all) Sleep number (SN) beds had mold problems. Now that SN beds have made their way into RVs, is there any mold issues?
We've had a Sleep Number mattress in our home for about 20 years. I recently found that the foam pad on top of the air bags had molded badly. I replaced it with a natural latex 2" topper from Sleep on Latex!
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Interesting idea but expensive for what it is. I bet it wouldn't be hard to figure out a more economical solution if a solution for the problem is needed.
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