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Old 11-07-2016, 09:29 AM   #1
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Ideal Rest Mattress

We have a 2016 Winnebago with the optional Ideal Rest Air mattress. We seem to have lost/misplaced the owners manual with operating instructions. If anyone out there has theirs, is there a website for this mattress? Also, does the manual show parent company?
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Old 11-07-2016, 07:02 PM   #2
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Ed,
I don't have my manual at home right now, but I'm pretty sure that INNOMAX is the manufacturer. Check out the RV air beds on the Innomax dot com website.

You might want to try to download your coach / model owners manual on the Winnebago site. Our downloaded manual actually has more detail than the paper manual.

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Old 11-07-2016, 07:08 PM   #3
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Is there a particular problem we can try to help with?
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Old 11-07-2016, 07:10 PM   #4
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Ed.

I talked to the Ideal Rest rep at the GNR.

The web site Innomax.com.

I didn't see a manual but you might find one on the site.

They also have phone numbers, email and a chat line.

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Old 11-07-2016, 08:52 PM   #5
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I'm getting used to the air bed. I do wish the memory function worked but any time 120 v power is cut memory is lost. A built in back up battery that maintains the memory would be a nice option.

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Old 11-08-2016, 06:43 AM   #6
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Everybody:

Thanks for the info. There is no problem with our mattress, we both really like it. I was mainly looking for the website of the company that makes it. We are looking at new mattresses for home and wanted to see what the company has. We currently have a 22 year old Select Confront Mattress (now a known as a Sleep Number) that has really served us well. It has a 25 year life cycle so we thought we would start looking.

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Old 11-08-2016, 07:18 AM   #7
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I do not like our Ideal Rest. One day it nearly loses half of the air that is in it and the next day it stays full. We put a foam topper on it and pump it up daily to 50 and who knows where the # will be in the morning? Yet there seems to be no repair as there is no consistency with the problem. Since our coach is a 2012 you can bet we have checked it out more than once.
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I do not like our Ideal Rest. One day it nearly loses half of the air that is in it and the next day it stays full. We put a foam topper on it and pump it up daily to 50 and who knows where the # will be in the morning? Yet there seems to be no repair as there is no consistency with the problem. Since our coach is a 2012 you can bet we have checked it out more than once.
Sounds like something is wrong with yours. Ours pretty much stays the same. The only real difference we have seen (which really is not much) results from cooler temperatures and elevation.
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Sounds like something is wrong with yours. Ours pretty much stays the same. The only real difference we have seen (which really is not much) results from cooler temperatures and elevation.
outside temps do effect it, yet at other times it may drop for what is yet an unexplained reason. Today it is over 80 and this morning it was above 60 yet both sides dropped at least 5 lbs.
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We talked to the Ideal Rest rep at the 2016 GNR. He said that you can drive yourself crazy chasing the numbers.

Unlike the Select Comfort that uses arbitrary numbers the Ideal Rest uses actual pressure readings. So environmental changes such as air temperature, barometric pressure or adding weight to a mattress will change the Ideal Rest numbers. Body heat can change the reading as well.

We empty the pressure in the mattresses when we think that we might be climbing in altitude so that we don't pop an air bag. The Ideal Rest rep assured us that they had been thoroughly tested by Winnebago but as a retired helicopter flight engineer I have learned to expect things to fail.

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Has anyone replaced their Ideal Rest with a memory foam? If so, how thick? DW hates the air bed. We both like he head tilt though.
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I know this is a very old thread but in case anyone needs it, here is a manual on the controls:

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