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Does the Bose companion 3 have an internal fuse?

My huband accidentaly plugged our Bose Companion 3 system (110v)
to a 220v outlet. needless to say it doesn't work anymore. is it fixable?

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Yes. The companion 3 system can be repaired for $75. Call Bose at 800-367-4008. They will also give you a new 1 year warranty.

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I plugged my companion 3 system into a 220v system in south america. i had the transformer to reduce it down to 110v but i was excited to set it up and forgot to use the transformer reducer... now...


myhairsonfir i did the exact saem thing today im gutted! im also in south america (chile) so found your post to be remarkably similar, though if im honest i only just went out and bought the transformer after it did not work.
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I wanted to purchase a Bose companion 3 set from the US through ebay. i wanted to know whether they work on 220V and if not how can I make them work at 220V.


Since this unit dose not come with power adaptor. It has direct plug in in to the port behind the sub-woofer unit and other end to the wall outlet. Is there any way to convert the power supply from UK to US (220v to 110v). For example Desktop PCs have a switch behind every desktop unit to change power from 110v to 220v or vise versa.
Anyone has any idea how to make this happen in Bose Companion 3 system.
I bought it from UK and now moved to US and I want it to work in US.
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The transformer on my Bose Companion 3 may be dead


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The fact that everything but the power amp is still working, it could be only a fuse protecting the output that needs replacement although this fuse is probably circuit-wise after the main fuse you have already replaced and could be soldered on the board. Worst case, the output modules are blown and require replacement and depending on the power level it may be worth repairing instead of replacing.
Most modern electronic devices can be set or adapted to line voltages from 100-240 Volts and a good percentage of the devices, using the common switched mode power supply don't need any changes made by the user since they can be inherently 'auto-ranging.'

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