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Old 06-06-2020, 09:05 AM   #1
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InnoMax Mattress issue

I have a 2014 Sightseer with a King bed that has 2 Innomax air mattresses with controls. Just recently one of the mattresses has started losing air slowly. I can fill it to the max(50) and by morning it is pretty much flat. I opened everything up, filled it, and don't see any obvious leak points. I realize that temp can cause deflation, but this isn't the case here. Also, is it possible to replace just the air mattress part? How hard is it to disconnect the hose and install it into a new mattress bag? Any idea what the cost would be for a replacement part? THANKS
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Old 06-06-2020, 11:33 AM   #2
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I first think of leak patching but this is also something I found online:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/INNOMAX-A...ptor/568223040

Possible info on the hose under the picture with all the word descriptions?
Looking at this, it might be that the fittings have a form of O-ring for sealing and those can dry out if we don't lube them. I might look at the fittings as a leak point and see if there is arubbery type ring that could use some lube. I do fish tanks and use cheap no name, no scent or flavor petroleum jelly as a good lug for o-rings. The house brand at wal-mart work for me.
Just a possible idea and only looking at pictures, so prone to being way wrong!
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The Innomax website sells repair parts and can help you out. The Ideal Rest doesn't seem to be listed as a current product, but they do list parts. 1-800-466-6629

Many have found leaks in the hose connections - some near were the hose attaches to the pump and some where the hose attaches to the air bladder. Try using soapy water to look for air bubbles. Kids bubble fluid sold at Walmart is a great way to find the leaks.

https://www.innomax.com/product-cate...cement-parts2/

As an FYI, some of use tired of the bed and it's problems and have replaced the whole mattress with a non-air, non-electric, non-leaking mattress. NOTE. The sizing is different for RV Kings so you have to find a mattress that fits the space.
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