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There's a dial to turn either clockwise or counterclockwise--inflate or deflate. The instructions are clear as to this. The only thing to disconnect is the cord from the electric socket in the wall. Then stuff the cord back into the little holder for it.
Prescott
· May 14, 2015
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Haven't measured, but I would estimate about 36". I have to refill mine about every 2 hours thru the night, so I keep it plugged in.
TarDawg
· June 25, 2015
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If I remember, I think limit is rated for about 325 lbs or 350. Not really sure as I did not keep the paperwork. But I weigh 325 and it holds me fine and could hold more. I'm guessing about 400. If it is rated at 300lbs that just means they would not reccomend or guarantee it for more.
Dan Robertson
· June 15, 2014
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I don't think it will. The pump is built into this one and needs to plug in to inflate.
MT
· June 24, 2015
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2 prong... pump is actually quite good... it is the seams where it leaks that are bad.
Kindle Customer
· August 24, 2015
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I have no idea, but the description on Amazon says " Comes with built-in (110-120V AC Electric Pump) ... I know hardware stores and do-it-yourself stores have converters/adapter as long as you know the above info. I hope this helps. Have fun on your trip :-)
Bernice W.
· May 19, 2015
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I doubt it but you can try!
Amazon Customer
· July 4, 2019
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Sheets fit fine -- we've even used this with my daughter-in-law a couple of times recently and it works out great for us. It's nice that it's elevated so you don't have to get up and down at floor level. We love ours.
Maureen G. Wright
· September 7, 2013
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Not sure/ But the bed seam at the top ruptured . We did not do anything for that to happen/
geralene dawson
· December 27, 2017
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I would not recommend that you purchase this item. I bought 2 of them in twin size. They both did the same thing. The seams came apart on top the mattress, and it became like a big bubble. Both became inoperable even with limited use.
Annette R. Cook
· July 13, 2017