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Self inflating camping mats - Find your puncture 2

Do you find your mat significantly deflating over night, or it simply won't stay inflated? If that's the case - you've probably got a puncture. 

Watch this support video for useful hints and tips as to how you locate the hole.

Created: Aug 18, 2015

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