Hi I plugged in a power supply (from different unit different plug) into the system controll port. Unit works, cd plays, i hooked up to a different amplifier music plays, when you connect to original amplifier the amp does not come on. I opened up the unit, two resistors inline with this port are blown (can't read the value of resistor) I need a schematic. I have background on servicing units just don't have access to service manuals
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you might want to google the service manual for the system as i did. this will show you how to take it apart. after doing so check the solder points along the dc power jack( power adapter plug on the unit). i was having the same issue and carefully inspected all the components... i resoldered the dc power jack and viola! powers up. btw, my system is bose acoustimass 5 music center model 5 (1995). good luck!
There's a power supply in the sub-woofer (acoustimass) module and an adapter module for the music center. There are several different power adapters for the music center, and the different types are all depicted in the users manual here:
When i play the radio on my bose lifestyle , my radio sounds good. but when i send music with from my apple computer to . airport, and then to my bose lifestyle, the sound just come out from on 1 speaker. not the toher ones, but when i play radio all 5 works....
If this is the original SoundDock, the power supply in back is 4 pronged and a pin could be broken. If it makes a quiet thumping sound, then just make sure the power supply is not plugged in upside down (it's easy enough to do).
If this is the SoundDock II or the SoundDock portable, it's hard to say why this would happen, so you should call Bose on that one. There should be an indicator light that tells you when it has power..
In regard to your second problem, the power plug can be repair or replaceble. you can obtain the power adpater on the Bose service center on your area. on your 3rd problem the keys can still get back into functions, two ways to fix it either to cleans the pad or the contact on each button. or replace the button if the contact itself has a damged.