You can change your Sleep Number every night. True.
The beauty of the bed is that if you pull a muscle in the afternoon you could be sleeping in a bed that will help you recover that evening. Your sleep partner will not even notice a difference. For tips on how to find your sleep number, visit SleepNumber.com.
The bed will deflate if you unplug the pump. False.
The pump is designed to inflate or deflate with the touch of a button and full power only.
The Sleep Number pump unit is not self-adjusting. True.
The unit will not turn on and off at anytime unless you press a button.
If my wired Sleep Number remote flickers, then my pump is defective. False.
An erratic flow of electricity may be causing it to flicker. Always use a power surge protector to regulate the flow of electricity to major appliances.
I am too overweight for the Sleep Number bed. False.
Each air chamber is designed to support any sleeper who weighs 500 lbs. or less, and the foundation will support both sleepers’ combined weight of 1000 lbs. or less.
The Sleep Number is a measurement of pressure, not volume. True.
Pressure is affected by temperature and weight as well as volume. Heat will cause air to expand and pressure to rise. Placing more weight on the outside of any container will cause the pressure inside it to rise. And adding more air to the container will also cause the pressure to rise.
If any part of my bed is defective, I will have to wait forever to receive the replacement parts. False.