Question about Bose LIFESTYLE VS1 Lifestyle174; VS-1 Video Expander System

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Continuing from last night

I looked for HDMI cables this morning to see if it was the cable that was bad, but every cable was near $100.00. Can we start at another point? I should point out that one month ago, I had Geek Sqaud come out and reconnect everything. It has been working beautifully unitl yesterday. No one has touched a cable. Thanks.

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First thing you might want to try is hooking up the lifestyle directly to the tv without the vs-2. So we can eliminate that as a problem. I assume everything is going to that. There are some issues with these systems it seems but lets see if we can work it out though.
Keep me posted,
Lee


Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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    Lee A. Jun 16, 2008

    Someone else had the same 4 blink problem and did this to replace it: It is 2 faulty IC's MCZ3001D IC. they cost 5.50 each on the D board. They can be soldered in.
    Thats should be your problem. Each blink leads you to which IC is the problem.
    Hope that will be what you need,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Jun 17, 2008

    Did this help you at all?
    Lee


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