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No Power I have a Wave® Radio/CD that was sold from November 1998 to August 2004. It will shut down then not come back on. Some kind of problem with the power supply. Yes, it's plugged in.

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  • McChar Feb 04, 2008

    How easy is it to repair?

  • McChar Feb 04, 2008

    Just took it apart. It was just a loose connector. Works fine now.



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Yes bad power transformers thx for using fix ya

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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    nick helpap Feb 04, 2008

    well gotta see if they even would seel u that part call bose serv center ask for one laying aorund and its tricky cuse bose so packed in tight

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    nick helpap Feb 04, 2008

    great job sumtimes thats al it is if it does go bad and u can see how to were that power unit is going then u can replcae that if we can find part have fun thx again for using fix ya

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