Question about Bose Lifestyle 30 System
I wonder if anyone can assist me in troubleshooting my Bose LS30 series II 6 cd changer error display. Basically, once my magazine inserted a continuous humm sounded from my music center as if the eject mechanism was continuously working. An error display EO1 appeared and I was able to release the mag from the music center. Bose customer service explained that is was a mechanical problem associated to a gear which might either be misaligned or worn out. Honestly, I hardly use the cd changer and doubt that it is associated to wear. If I could only figure out a way to open up the music center in order to investigate further. Any sound advice would be welcomed for this troubleshooting issue?
hi, you can release the magazine by inserting a small flat head screwdriver in the slot and pushing the lever towards the back of the unit, this will release the cd but only if ther is not one stuck in the player as it will remain halfway between the mag and the cdplayer. don't force it to comae out. remember to obviously have the dorr to the player open before you try this.
Posted on Aug 12, 2007
Turn on your bose so you can hear it hum. Go to the back of your cable box and remove the co ax cable connected to "cable in". If the humming stops, the sheilding on your cable is no longer grounded. Purchase MPAV800 or similar surge protector to run cable line through it and get it grounded.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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