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I need to take apart the wired remote control for this system, without breaking it. Some controls are jammed. The sub woofer is not working. I need a manual or take-apart guide for a Maxell FPS-12.1.

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SOURCE: Remote Control Unit

Get a digital camera or mobile phone with the camera and the remote,watch trough the camera the remote( aim the remote to the camera like its the sub) and start pushing buttons on the remote.If the remote is OK you'll see flashing light of its IR led on your camera display.If there is no light the remote is broken

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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SOURCE: bose acousticmass 15 sub-woofer making a noise

The sub contains the amp for the other speakers. But it sounds like the amp has a seriously damaged section and will probably have to be serviced by Bose.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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SOURCE: sub-woofer does not turn itself on in 'Auto' mode (signal driven)


For the "auto on" problem.

These will sound very basic, please go with it.

On your signal source, make sure you have the sub set to on.
If you can adjust the output setting on your source, turn this up.
Adjust the volume setting on the sub lower to mach the volume of the main speakers.
You may need to make these adjustments a few times to get them working.

On the hum and noise problem

Check your power outlet for the sub, make sure the polarity is correct. I have found this to not always be right. Also what is on that same circuit. Things like the fridge can cause a lot of noise on the power line. Next check your connecting cables, are they of good quality? Are they running next to anything that may cause interference? Also check you connections to the signal source. Cable and dishes are known for ground problems.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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SOURCE: cube speakers w/ no subwoofer

I have the acoustimas systrem and the speakers do need the sb. That's the heart of the system.
I dropped my two front cubes and neither work. If you would be willing to sell yours at a reasonable price I would be willing to buy.
Please contact Bose customer support and I believe they will tell yiou the same thing.

Please let me know.

Posted on May 31, 2009

sondram842
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SOURCE: Remote Control Control Codes

This helped with my remote settings:
1. While still on AUX, press and hold SETUP again until the remote blinks twice
2. Type 994
3. Press and release SETUP
4. Type 32975
5. Press and release VOL+
The remote should blink twice. That should reprogram the VOL+ to work with your Sony HT device. For each of the following function codes, follow the same steps and use the codes listed below:
Vol+ = 32975
Vol- = 31951
Power = 32719
Mute = 33743
Input/Function = 44750
and try these : Sony15 seems to work for me.
Function EFC Device Subdevice
Theater Sync 43333 Sony12 1 none
TV Power 34629 Sony12 1 none
Display 53199 Sony15 80 none
Function 44750 Sony15 208 none
0 50894 Sony20 16 16
1 19150 Sony20 16 16
2 18126 Sony20 16 16
3 18638 Sony20 16 16
4 17614 Sony20 16 16
5 19406 Sony20 16 16
6 18382 Sony20 16 16
7 18894 Sony20 16 16
8 17870 Sony20 16 16
9 51918 Sony20 16 16
TV Input 10053 Sony12 1 none
Angle 33998 Sony20 16 16
Audio 35022 Sony20 16 16
Clear 50638 Sony20 16 16
Disc Skip 59854 Sony20 16 16
Down 63182 Sony20 16 16
DVD Display 02766 Sony20 16 16
DVD Menu/Album + 02254 Sony20 16 16
DVD Top Menu 01742 Sony20 16 16
Enter 52174 Sony20 16 16
Fast Fwd/Tuning Up 27598 Sony20 16 16
Left 63694 Sony20 16 16
Preset + 26318 Sony20 16 16
Open/Close 60366 Sony20 16 16
Pause 16078 Sony15 208 none
Play 16590 Sony15 208 none
Preset - 27342 Sony20 16 16
Return 63438 Sony20 16 16
Rewind/Tune Down 25806 Sony20 16 16
Right 62670 Sony20 16 16
Search Forward 09422 Sony20 16 16
Search Reverse 10446 Sony20 16 16
Select, Enter 64462 Sony20 16 16
Shuffle 43214 Sony20 16 16
Stop 17102 Sony15 208 none
Subtitle/d. Tuning 34510 Sony20 16 16
Up 64206 Sony20 16 16
DVD Angle 14236 Sony20 26 73
DVD Audio 15260 Sony20 26 73
DVD Clear 50588 Sony20 26 73
DVD Disc Skip 58780 Sony20 26 73
DVD Display 39836 Sony20 26 73
DVD Menu 02204 Sony20 26 73
DVD Open/Close 35228 Sony20 26 73
DVD Pause 59036 Sony20 26 73
DVD Play 16590 Sony15 208 none
DVD Play Mode 42140 Sony20 26 73
DVD Repeat 43932 Sony20 26 73
DVD Return 51612 Sony20 26 73
DVD Setup 38044 Sony20 26 73
DVD Stop 60060 Sony20 26 73
DVD Subtitle 13468 Sony20 26 73
DVD Time 43676 Sony20 26 73
DVD Title 02204 Sony20 26 73
DVD 61391 Sony15 80 none
Mute 33743 Sony15 80 none
Power 32719 Sony15 80 none
Power Off(discrete) 40399 Sony15 80 none
Power On (discrete) 41423 Sony15 80 none
Sleep 13007 Sony15 80 none
Tuner 07887 Sony15 80 none
Volume Down 31951 Sony15 80 none
Volume Up 32975 Sony15 80 none
Function 44750 Sony15 208 none
Pause 16078 Sony15 208 none
Play 24782 Sony15 208 none
Sound Field - 44494 Sony15 208 none
Stop 17102 Sony15 208 none
Tune - 41934 Sony15 208 none
Tune + 40142 Sony15 208 none
Tuner Men 41422 Sony15 208 none
Dynamic bass 53198 Sony15 208 none
Movie/Music 52430 Sony15 208 none
Video Format 16846 Sony15 208 none
Picture Navi 03022 Sony20 16 16
Tools 28110 Sony15 208 none
Advance 10958 Sony20 16 16
Replay 09934 Sony20 16 16
Sound Field+ 45518 Sony15 208 none
Sound Field+ 44494 Sony15 208 none
Tuner 48591 Sony15 80 none
Satellite/Video2 00463 Sony15 80 none
Video 1 08399 Sony15 80 none

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