Question about Bose Audio Players & Recorders
Its wiring hasn't changed and I doubt the input current has changed - if so no other digital clock/time devices have been affected.
Usually when a digital clock starts losing time like that its because the crystal thats used as a time reference in the clock circuit has started to age and drift off frequency. Other then repair/replacement of components there isn't much that can be done to it. I have a couple older LCD tv's with built in clocks that display the time on the screen that do the same thing, after checking the time base crystal in the circuit its simply due to the frequency of the crystal drifting with age.
Posted on May 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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