Question about Bose (321GS) System
UNIT IS DEATH NO POWER
Guru Techman is right. It could be the thermal cutoff inside the transformer. If your 321 however is the latest version, they have a habbit of blowing the fuse and MOV on a PCB inside the sub box.
if you got lucky, its all you have to replace. Power of your head unit comes from the sub box through a square connector esp type cable.
Hope This Will Help. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
If the unit is totally dead then there is probably a blown power transformer or the thermal cutoff inside the transformer. Make sure you check the obvious before sending the unit in for service by checking where its plugged into, unplugging overnight to see if the unit resets. There are no user serviceable parts inside this unit as its all solid state and all parts are soldered in. Sorry I couldnt assist you more!! Good Luck
Posted on Jun 24, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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