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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Mine was doing the same thing so I unplugged it and took the left side panel off to see what was wrong with it. I did this by removing the 2 screws on the left and the 3 on the back left side also.There was a cd stuck in it. It took some fenangling but I got it out and it works fine now. I know, I know. We as lay people are not supposed to do these things but it was out of warranty and would have cost me as much to have it repaired as to buy a new one. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: bose 6 disc cd changer
Some bose cd changers have a gear the get cracked and must be replaced. You did not specify which bose you have, so I have told you of the most common problem with the bose 6 cd changers.
If this is in one of the silver slimline type of units, it is very difficult to get them apart if you have not dome it before. The gear is also very hard to get to in the changer. it would be a good idea to let a professional service technician look at it. You will need to take it to an authorized bose service center because bose does not sell parts to any service centers unless they are bose authorized. They just started that about 2 years ago.
I hope this was helpful to you, let me know if I can assist you further.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
Look for a reset button at the back or may be at the front head of the cd changer.It is a very small 1mm hole.If you find it insert a paperclip in it,press and hold it for 1 min.This will reset the unit.If you still face the problem then just unplug all the cords of the changer for 1 hour and then plug it back in.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
SOURCE: CD CHANGER EJECT BUTTON
Inspect the tray or door to see if there is a very small hole in it. If so, this is an 'emergency' ejection hole and a standard paper clip, unfolded, can be inserted there to manually eject the tray. This is a real common problem caused by the slippage of a clutch mechanism that is supposed to protect the tray mechanics from being damaged if the tray is somehow impeded during its travel. It must be tougher than rocket science to properly design this feature -
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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