Overview. E4 errors usually occurs when there is an issue communicating with the SleepIQ® Processor.
- 1 What does ER mean on my sleep number bed remote?
- 2 How do I reset my Sleep Number adjustable base?
- 3 Why is my sleep number not adjusting?
- 4 What is the most popular Sleep Number setting?
- 5 What does E13 mean on a Sleep Number bed?
- 6 Is there a way to reset sleep number bed?
- 7 What are the problems with Sleep Number beds?
- 8 Why is my sleep number bed remote not working?
- 9 How do I update my sleep number remote?
- 10 Why is my bed remote not working?
- 11 How does SleepIQ know when I fall asleep?
- 12 Why does my sleep number bed sag in the middle?
- 13 Why does my sleep number bed deflate when I sit on it?
What does ER mean on my sleep number bed remote?
When ER or EO is displayed, it means there is a communication failure between the Firmness Control system’s base unit (pump) and the remote. To fix this issue, please watch the video below.
How do I reset my Sleep Number adjustable base?
Baseline through the Remote
- Go to the Home menu.
- Select System.
- Select Settings.
- Select Reset Preferences.
- Select Reset SleepIQ or Baseline SleepIQ. (Language varies by remote version.)
- Follow the prompts in the remote until resetting the Firmness Control™ system is complete.
Why is my sleep number not adjusting?
Check both sides of the bed in the SleepIQ app. Each sleeper can choose to turn Responsive Air on or off for their side of the bed. If you have a FlexFit adjustable base, keep in mind Responsive Air will not make adjustments when the head or foot of your FlexFit adjustable base is elevated above the snore position.
What is the most popular Sleep Number setting?
According to Sleep Number representatives, the most common Sleep Number is somewhere in the 35-40 range. With 0 being the softest bed and 100 being the firmest.
What does E13 mean on a Sleep Number bed?
The E13 error code indicates that your bed is not online and connected to the SleepIQ® server. You may see the E13 code if your SleepIQ® system hasn’t been set up or if you have recently made changes to your home Wi-Fi network, such as changing your Wi-Fi network security setting, network name or network password.
Is there a way to reset sleep number bed?
1. Pick up your remote and press and hold the up arrow, down arrow, and Enter button until the factory reset screen appears on the screen.
What are the problems with Sleep Number beds?
When it comes to Sleep Number mattress defects, one of the most commonly cited problems is deflation. For some, the air slowly leaks out, causing the sleeper to wake up throughout the night, refilling the mattress. For others, a defect over time results in uneven air distribution or rapid deflation.
Why is my sleep number bed remote not working?
If your remote won’t allow you to do either, that could be for two reasons: Loss of power connection or a kinked hose. If the Firmness Control System isn’t running while you try to inflate or deflate the bed, the Firmness Control System is not getting power. You don’t have to open your bed to check the hose connection.
How do I update my sleep number remote?
How to get an update on a Sleep Number 360® Smart Bed remote
- Insert a fresh pair of AA batteries.
- Keep the remote near the bed/pump.
- Do not move or use your remote until the update is complete.
Why is my bed remote not working?
Unplug base from electrical power source and remove batteries from remote control. Reinstall batteries and press any button on the remote control to re-establish communication.
How does SleepIQ know when I fall asleep?
Each time you sleep, SleepIQ effortlessly senses your biometrics through the full-body sensor in our 360® Smart Beds to help determine your body’s restful state. Tracking heart rate variability is best during sleep because external factors don’t impact the measurement.
Why does my sleep number bed sag in the middle?
Bed sagging can occur in Sleep Number ® Beds when the air chambers are not supported properly on all four sides. FACT; Sleep Number® Bed air chambers require firm support on all four sides in order to raise and lower your body to your desired comfort level.
Why does my sleep number bed deflate when I sit on it?
Air loss is a continual loss of firmness that happens every time you put air back in the mattress, usually after one sleep session. Air loss can be caused by a loose or broken connection, or a leak in your air chamber, pump, or hoses.