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Have you tried completely powering down the system, removing the power cord from the wall socket? If not, please try that. Wait two minutes. Then plug it in and power up the system. If this does not clear the problem, contact Bose, to get the latest firmware disk. The firmware disk will reprogram your Lifestyle sound system. Then, everything should work properly.
Might need a tune from bose repair man, Burnt dvds sometimes has problem but wipe normally fixes it. But cds i have't had problem burnt or orginal, scraches dont usally worry to much, Thats why thinking repair man.
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Cd normally hot from unit if its in for a while.
Call Bose and they will send you an update CD to update the firmware of the CD/DVD player. I had a problem where a few of my new movies would not play at all. They sent me an update, no more issues. If you're a registered owner, they will send update CDs frequently, be sure you're registered as well.