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I have bubbles in my air mattress

The air mattress seams have some loose

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How to locate a leak in a waterbed and repair it

Finding the source of a leak in your waterbed may not always be easy. Some punctures can be very small (some even the size of a pin), making it difficult to find. The best place to start is by wiping the entire mattress dry. Before going any further, make sure that your heater is unplugged. First try to locate the leak without draining the bed. Place paper towels around the perimeter of your bed as well as around the corners and bottom seams. Then lay on your bed for a minute or two to apply some pressure. Check the paper you laid down to help diagnose the location of the leak. If this method does not work, you may have to drain your mattress. Refill the mattress with air and sit on it. Using a spray bottle filled with water and dish soap spray the suspected areas. You will see bubbles appear in the area where the hole is located.

Once you have located the location of the leak, you can now repair it. You will need a vinyl repair kit - most waterbed mattresses are sold with one, if not I will leave you a link so that you can purchase one online. For a small pin-size hole, you will only need a very small patch. Try to cut either a round/oval shaped patch as corners usually lift. Apply some adhesive to both the patch and the mattress and attach. You should let the patch dry for a minimum of two hours before putting any pressure on it.

on Aug 28, 2012 | Furniture

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Can you find and seal a slow leak?

Finding the leak is the fun part as what you need to do is pump up the mattress and wipe an area with very soapy water to make bubbles at the leak site and do that until you find the leak
Then depending on where the leak is the repair is easy to very difficult
Easy will be any flatish surface to difficult a edge or seam leak
Take a look at YouTube for airbed leak home repair and delete code from there what you want to do

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I got a Swiss gear queen size bed ans it's got a hole right on t he top of the bed on a seam, the patch that came with it is not working in sealing the hole, what else can I use?

You could try some seam weald glue.
But when these leak from a join, it can be very very hard to reseal them.
You could try a hot soldering iron, carefully try to reseal.
But to be honest it may be easier to purchase new.

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Do air mattresses deflate throughout the night?

When air mattresses first came out, deflating was a major issue. In the last ten years or so, all air mattresses built don't have that problem unless they have a puncture somewhere.

Feb 20, 2013 | Camping, Backpacking & Hiking

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It leaks air

Can I loan you my nephew? He's FULL of hot air, and would be good to have around. "Hey Brandon, air mattress needs air again."

I suspect your problem is in the inlet valve itself.

Is it not seating all the way? Droplets of water applied to it, is air leaking out?
Is there a manufacturer defect on the valve itself, or the valve receptacle it goes in?

Has a pinhole developed in the mattress? Somewhere along a seam?
If so toss it. I am not aware of any patch kit that will help a problem such as this one.

Just my 2cents


Feb 11, 2013 | Camping, Backpacking & Hiking

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A few years ago I purchased a SlumberAir Mattress system by La-Z-Boy and I love it. It is the bed I sleep in every night, but I've run into problems with the air mattress. It seems after three m

You should check the coil mattress cover. Feel around to make sure nothing is puncturing the bladder. It is not normal for them to fail like that. When you deflate it, you must make sure all of the air is out of the bladder before folding the unit back into the sofa. If you don't, you make end up with a problem at the seams.

Sep 16, 2012 |

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How do I find a leak in my air mattress and then fix it.

Place the air mattress in the pool and look for the air bubbles coming from the leak/hols.

Aug 24, 2012 | Pool & Spa

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I have looked all over my air mattress and I cannot locate the leak. What can I do to find it?

If you can't find the source by looking and listening for it, then you should fill up a bathtub and put your air mattress in the water. Watch closely for air bubbles - they will point you towards the location of the leak.

Jul 31, 2012 | Camping, Backpacking & Hiking

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Almost new air mattress has a hole in seam. No

contact local vehicle trailer repair garage.they will probably have rubberised repair patches that they use on curtain sided should do the job.

Sep 29, 2009 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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