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  • walsher Oct 08, 2009

    is the power supply board in the tower, or the disc changer

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You can get the fuse from the link below.just click the link directly. http://www.bose.com/controller?url=/shop_online/speakers/portable_amplification_systems/accessories/l1_fusekit_acc.jsp ----------- the fuse is located on the the power supply board. --------------- This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solutionif helped.thank you for using fixya.

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  • charlymonty Oct 08, 2009

    the power supply board is in the tower.its where you connect the main power cord wire for the unit.

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