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Looking for R428 on the Bose Lifestyle PCB.

My Bose Lifestyle CD works fine, but no sound through the speakers. There is sound through the headphones. I've read on here that it could be the R428 resistor that needs to be replaced. Problem is, I can't tell which chip resistor it is as it is not labeled. I also took a picture of the PCB.

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I have a service manual with complete pcb layouts and circuit diagrams, contact me in case someone is interested.

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Hi,

I cannot exactly solve this issue but I can make a comment based on investigation. Lots of people have this issue but there are very few comments to help solve the issue unfortunately.

I have the same issue and have been able eliminate various things because I have a second complete Bose Lifestyle 5 system.

It is clear the issue does not lie in the Sub and is related to the Music centre unit. I can use a second identical music centre to power my sub just fine and my broken Music centre cannot drive my second sub.

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