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Does the speaker have a fuse - Bose Companion® 5 2.1 Speakers

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  • dcostavelan Jun 29, 2009

    i purchared the Bose companion 5 2.1 speakers it has a rated voltage of 120 V and i connected the system to a 220V power supply socket. an orange colour light blipped on the sound control nob and then went off.does the speaker have a fuse inside.how should i fix this problem.also how do i connect the 120V speakers to a 220V power supply Socket

  • Mir Khan Jun 16, 2013

    @norwood54 your solution "Probably not, you may have fried the speaker." is just a coment so it shouldn't be presented as a solution so think before you ink.

  • Mir Khan Jun 16, 2013

    I was looking for a solution for the same issue. Power surge fried surge protector and the bose. Since it was way pass the warranty, I disassambled it. It has a Varient fuse rating 220-240 ->(arrow) T1.60A L,250A Next line 100/120v -> T3.15A L,250v. Unable to find fuse if someone has a link or information, it will be highly appriciated. Thx in advance

  • Mir Khan Jun 16, 2013

    Correction 220-240 -> T1.60A l,250 v (not A)

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Probably not, you may have fried the speaker.

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