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Is there an on/off switch on the bose bass module

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Andrews; did you find a solution to this problem? I have the same system and am experiencing the same problem today.

Posted on Oct 23, 2011

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3. Connect the media center adaptor (DO NOT TURN ON YET!)
4. Lastly connect the bass module power cable (DO NOT TURN ON YET!)

Once verything is connected, press power "ON" button o nthe RF remote and the media center should turn on. Only the you should switch the bass module power "ON" so that a fresh handshake is achieved.

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