Question about Bose Wave Radio
Connected so I know that the wire is okay. I suspect a power supply problem, is that common to these radios? No other response from radio, just the thud.
The power supply in your BOSE is easy to repair. Can you use an ohmmeter? The voltage regulator IC has 18V in and 10V out. Also Q1 often shorts from base-emitter. Both are easy checks if you know how to use a meter, and a cheap fix to get your radio working. Heck, I would BUY your radio if you want to sell it non-working!
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Well im working on a bose radio now it is the am-fm clock radio and so far the dual bridge amp IC is bad along with a j111 n channel mosfet. these conponents are cheap and if you can do it i would suggest doing it yourself. the main capacitor check the soldered connections the positive joint is known to crack from the print on the board.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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