AIRPRO Air Bed Parts for Sleep Number® Beds
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Pumps for Sleep Number® Beds


AIRPRO Air Bed Pumps - Direct Connection Design only from AirBedPros

  • Direct Connect to Sleep Number® Bed Parts
  • Super Quiet Design with 2 Wired Remote Controls

 Direct Connect to Sleep Number® Bed Parts

 

High Quality & Affordable - AirPRO Air Bed Pumps are Compatible with Sleep Number® Bed Parts by using Adaptor Hoses to connect our replacement Pumps to your Sleep Number® Bed parts.

You will need to know if you have 1 hose going to each air chamber or 2 hoses going to each air chamber. 

 

 

  • Direct Connection to Sleep Number® Beds by Select Comfort® 
  • Direct Connection to Boyd®/Boyd Specialty Sleep® and Amnat®/American National®

 

  • We do not sell Select Comfort® or Sleep Number® brand air bed pumps 
  • We do not sell Boyd®/Boyd Specialty Sleep® and Amnat®/American National®

 

DIRECTIONS for Replacing a Sleep Number® bed pump with AIRPRO Replacement Air Bed Pumps

 

  1. Start by locating your pump and check to see how many hoses are on it. You will have either 1 or 2 hoses going to each air chamber.
  2. You will need to cut the hoses off of your Sleep Number® bed pump as close to the pump as you can. 
  3. Using the Adaptor Hose - Push barbed end of Adaptor Hose inside your hoses. 
  4. Connect Adaptor Hose to AIRPRO Pump, then connect to your Sleep Number® air chambers.

 

 

If you have questions about how to replace a Sleep Number® bed pump, please call (314) 599-2777

 

Disclaimer 

We do not sell Sleep Number® pumps, SleepIQ® technology, or any other Sleep Number® or Select Comfort® products or services and we are in No Way Affiliated with the Select Comfort® Corp. Sleep Number®, Select Comfort®, and SleepIQ® are registered trademarks of the Select Comfort Corporation. The information on this site is strictly for comparison/adaptability purposes.