Question about Bose Wave Radio
Still reckon the problem is with the baird ir a conector to the baord, unlikely that the promlem is external or something easily rectifiable, options are fix your self with could be electronic or try and get a bose fix.
unfortunately it looks like vibration is a problem, thus the loose cable seneraio,
its a weird electronic problem that is going to be basically non servicable unless you really think you can identify and replace components on the board,
if ypu are determined to do in internal examination, check for lose cable and areas wher a connecor is not properly soldered down, (if your lucky an skilled that would be easily fixed.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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