Question about Bose (321GS) System
Test the faulty speaker in the speaker socket that works on the main unit. If it works then the problem is within the unit and not the speaker.
It may be a dry solder joint or loose connection causing the problem.
If using the faulty speaker in both speaker sockets has no results, the problem lies within the speaker.
If you are able to dissamble the speaker to test the continuity, the abilty for current to pass from the speaker wires to the speaker itself, this will tell you if your speaker is faulty.
I hope this offers some assistance. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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