Loud popping and static-vol ctrl has no effect on noise
I have (unfortunately!) a Wave/CD [single CD, top flap] that has what appears to be a power supply problem. The loud popping and white noise roar is unaffected by the volume control. The radio and CD do play, and the volume on those functions is adjustable,but the noise is overpowering. Clock display is fine. Change of location-- no change.
Repair facilities want an ungodly amount to repair, and will not sell parts. [Just say "no" to Norbern!]
I'd like to get a schematic for this, if I could, model # AWRC1P.
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Bose will not release their schematics or parts lists, effectively giving them a monopoly on repair of their units. If you check their web site, www.bose.com, you'll find that they will repair your unit for $100 or possibly give you $200 credit towards a new model. Before you take them up on either offer, you might want to check out the new lines of HD radios. Better souind quality, MUCH lower prices than a Bose.
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You need to stop using the system to avoid further damage, go to www.bose.com contact customer support and the technical department, they have the authorized technicians and the much needed parts available, service is done on site by their factory trained personal.
Hi, When you change the Aux turn the radio off. Then turn it back on. As for the static move the radio to another plug or to a different room. If you have floresecent lighting it may do that too.
The cord acts like an antenna so don't bundle the cord. Good luck.
Loud buzz is usually caused by static and radio interference in radios. If none of this is affecting you unit presently there there is a probability that some cables which aid the fm antenna in receiving stations this could act as static which brings about the buzz on the unit. Either way it is caused by interference on the fm receiver end and all you have to do is get that serviced and the problem is solved. Hope this solution has been helpful?
Could be a lot of background noise. Could be no one near you. Could be RF GAIN down.
standing wave does not effect receive, it only effects transmit. If you are sitting still some where, you could be in a hole. Depending on where you live there could be a lot of background noise, RF interference. For instance Staten Island is known as "Static Island" because of all the RF interference.
Bose will not release their schematics or parts lists, effectively
giving them a monpoly on repair of these units. Their web site,
www.bose.com, offers to repair most Wave radios for $100 or to provide
a $200 allowance towards purchase of a new Wave. Before you spend the
big bucks on theis trouble-prone product though, you might want to
check out the new HD radios -- better sound and MUCH lower prices than
Unfortunately, Bose will not release their schematics or parts lists, effectively giving them a monopoly on repair of their units. If you check the service/repair page on their web site, www.bose.com, you'll find that they will repair most Wave units for $100 or give you $200 credit towards a new model. Before spending the big bucks though, you might want to check out the new HD radios. Better sound and a MUCH lower price than the Bose.
Unfortunately, Bose does not release their parts lists or schematics, effectively
creating a monopoly for parts and repairs. In fact, their web site
says that the Bose factory is the only option for service or repair.
They used to list a flat rate repair charge on the web site, but
removed it - probably because it scared too many people. Their
troubleshooting guide (below) might help, but it's very simplistic.
Before you invest in expensive factory repair on one of these trouble
prone sets, you might want to investigate the new HD radios -- better
sound at a MUCH lower price.
Unfortunately Bose will not release their schematics or parts lists, effectively giving them a monopoly on repair of these sets. Before you spend
the big bucks on repair or a Bose "upgrade", you might want to check out the new HD radios.
Better sound and MUCH lower prices than the Bose.