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I have purchased a refurbished bose lifestyle system from the US thru ebay.The input voltage is 110V and I am using a step down transformer to step down the voltage from 220V . The problem being faced by me is whilst playing a CD or MP3, the system stops playing after few tracks with the message"format not recognized"...no such issues encountered whilst playing DVD's.... I have tried using a head cleaning CD but the problem still persists...Pls advise

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I'm assuming this is not just with one CD. If the problem persists even with an original CD(no cpoies or MP3), I'd say you're in for a repair on the drive. You may want to try and register the unit at BOSE and download an update.
You can do this here :
https://www.bose.com/controller?event=ENTER_SERIAL_NUMBER_EVENT

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