Question about Bose Lifestyle 20 System
Is there a manual eject button for the cartridge of a Lifestyle 20 model? Thanks!
The top cover is held in place by xmass trees similar to the ones found in cars. There also some sticky tape in the front Just gently start prying and the top cover will come off. One that's out of the way you will see three screws that hold the guts of the unit to the bottom chassis. Remove these screws and the spring for the door and remove the CD portion. When you turn the CD potion on its back look at all of the gears for one that has slipped on its shaft. This was the problem with my unit. I was able to slip the gear back into position and put some crazy glue to hold it in place. I plugged my unit in at this point and watched as the unit was having trouble ejecting the CD I was able push on the CD with a flat blade and the CD came out and I was then able to eject. After playing with this for a few tries my unit was able to load and play any CD. I was rather surprised how easy this really was Give it a try you don't have much to loose.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
This happened with my computer, the belt slipped off and I had to take it all apart, pull out the tray carfully and put the belt back on. It sounds like a lot of work but it really isnt.
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
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