Question about Bose Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely, the gear in the fuser assembly is cracked. That is the most common problem with that unit. You can take the fuser out to examine if the gear is broken or partially broken before deciding to replace it. Lastly, check to see if the noise is happening at the rear of the printer, thats where the fuser is located.
you will need to Replace HR Gear34 in fixing unit and the part # is LJ7416001.
here is the info to do it, but I dont recommend it.
1. Disconnect the heater harness and thermistor harness.
2. Remove the bind B M4x12 taptite screw and the shoulder screw, then remove the fixing unit
3.After the fixing unit has been removed, remove the 3cup B M3x10 taptite screws and remove the FU paper guide
4. Remove the 3cup B M3x10 Taptite screws and remove the star wheel holder
5. Remove the cup B M3x12 Taptite screw
6. Release the thermistor assembly harness from the hooks
7. Remove the thermistor assembly
8. Remove the 2cup taptite screws
9. Remove the upper FU frame from the lower FU frame
11. Remove the heat roller 25
12. Remove the halogen lamp
13. Remove the HR bearing 25
14. Remove the HR Gear 34
15. Remove the HR retaining ring 25
16. Remove heat roller washer 25
17.Check the heat roller bearing 25 for damage. If damage is noticed replace the bearing and the Hr Gear 34. The part # for the washer is LJ7414001
Posted on May 07, 2009
the starter could be bad take a medal hammer tap on side of starter see if that help if it works & starts then the starter is going bad & may need to be replaced but you can also have a bad starter sylinoid
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
You can try with replacing the head phones. If it doesn't change anything, then the problem may be the device's internal problem, then there is no other way, but to repair them. You can get more information in detail here; " www. intractable.com/.../How-to-wire-a-headphone-jack-to-a-speaker/ -", " www. Bose-speakers.org", " www. Techimo.com".
You can try with replacing the head phones. If it doesn't change anything, then the problem may be the device's internal problem, then there is no other way, but to repair them.
You can get more information in detail here; " www.
intractable.com/.../How-to-wire-a-headphone-jack-to-a-speaker/ -", " www. Bose-speakers.org", " www. Techimo.com".
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
Did you also change the starter solenoid when you changed the starter? That is a possible cause.
Can you turn the engine over by hand from the crankshaft pulley to make sure the engine is not frozen or blocked? You will need a large socket to do that, but if you can't turn the engine over by hand, the starter won't be able to turn the flywheel either. The one click is probably the solenoid firing the starter piston to the flywheel but then nothing makes me think the engine is frozen in some way.
But if the starter and solenoid and battery is trying to turn a frozen flywheel, you should notice some drawdown of light intensity. Do you notice any change?
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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