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BOSE offered a software upgrade to address the issue of freezing and not playing certain disks. You can get that right from BOSE by calling tech support. I am not sure that that will help with the newest symptom though (the humming).
First try running a CD/DVD player cleaner disc thru the unit, you can find them at Walmart, Target, etc. Get one that uses fluid. If your lucky, it's just dusty and needed cleaned. If it's still inoperative, you need to send it to Bose for service. They will swap out the transport for a new one and you will get many more years of service out of it. Just occasionally clean it. The repair will probably run 100-150. You can call Bose support for average pricing for transport repair and they should give you at least a ball park estimate. Hope this helps
I had the same problem listed; send an email to BOSE tech support - they sent me a DVD with a bios upgrade and it fixed the problem. They should put the BIOS upgrade on their website so you could burn your own DVD rather than waiting for the mail. But it did fix the problem. Netflix disks were the worst; they must do something when they burn them to get that forced Ad to play that Bose doesn't like.
I love my Bose 321 DVD system, but a few days ago, it started acting weird. I put in a DVD, and it reads - "No Disc".....and I'm not sure why. I cleaned the disc, and I also played a DVD/CD Maintenance kit - I'm not sure what is wrong. It seems like I have a problem within the system - what can I do?