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The bed is stuck with head up can I manually lower the bed

I need to manually lower my bed

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We have a Tempur-pedic. Each side is controlled by its own remote. It also has battery backup for each side (head and foot) in case the power goes out. We simply push a little button on the battery controlled box on whichever side needs lowered. It works to lower them, but they cannot be raised in a power outage. If you don't have something like that, or a manual crank or something, I suggest you call the company and ask THEM what to do. If it's stuck with the power still on, then even more reason to call the company.

Posted on Aug 12, 2016

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    Joe Ball Aug 13, 2016

    You also might try unplugging the bed for about 2-3 minutes, then plugging it back up. Many electronic devices will "reset" when that is done. Good luck!

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