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Bose ipod speakers not working just no sound it is powering up

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  • Melanie Moran Mar 27, 2009

    For no apparent reason my bose ipod system stopped producing any sound, it charges the ipod but will not play.... Frustrating!! I have tried un-plugging and pluggin it in, removing the dock part and putting it back... What else?

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Hello,

Try the fallowing

First things first, unplug the SoundDock. Plug it back in and try again. Then take the Dock insert out....and try it again. If that doesnt work check the power cable. A common problem is that people plug it in the wrong way into the Bose SoundDock. If that still doesnt fix your problem. Bring the product to your nearest bose store if its still in warranty. If not, call 1(800)644-2673.


Hope this helped please rate.

-Ryan

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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