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I'm going to go out on a limb and guess you want the Defender model and not the Majestic model. I believe the latter is a vacuum. Here's a link to the Defender 360 manual. Best of luck.
Posted on May 27, 2010
SOURCE: Hi I have an Airpedic Simmons
well it sounds like there is a leak there somewhere.
there are a few products out on the market that are made to fix small leaks ( just kinda depense on where the leak is ). if the leak is one a flat part of the mattress - the repair kits will work great,, but if it is on a seam - then this will be a bit more difficult to stop. ( but either way it is worth trying to fix ).
first you will need to find the leak -- to do this you will want to inflate the mattress and then take a soapy warm water solution ( dish washing soap works great -- plus the more soap the better ) and with a sponge, rub down the whole mattress. then lay on the mattress ( or put something heavy on it ) and keep rubbing the soapy water around the mattress and on the seams and look for any bubbles that form -- this is your leak. mark area with a Sharpie* or felt pen. now deflate the mattress and dry area and follow the directions on the patch kit ( this will be a vinyl repair kit and it can be bought at your local boat supply shops,, or a pool supply shop,, or a water bed supplier ).. the steps will be to wash and clean and dry area,,, use the scratch pad to ruff up the surface ,, clean area again,, dry and apply glue ( which is basically contact cement ) and then apply glue to patch and then wait about 3 minutes and then put patch on area to be repaired,, apply pressure and hold for a minute or so and let cure for 6 hours. this will fix your leak.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
I was confused by this too. Here's the trick:
When you inflate the mattress, you unscrew the square-shaped plastic cap, like this:
But this is *not* the cap you unscrew to deflate it!
To deflate it, you have to unscrew the plastic at the *round* part that's beneath the square cape -- i.e. the part of the plastic that's affixed directly to the mattress. When you unscrew the round part, the entire plastic apparatus detaches from the mattress, leaving a big open round hole where the air rushes out.
It looks like this:
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
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