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do you know for sure that the laser is defective did a technican check it if yes and its defective i have parts for Bose
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Can you change inputs or listen to the radio? try removing the batteries and re-inserting them on the controller. I'm wondering if the remote control is locking up and preventing any volume changes. just make sure the volume keys on both aren't stuck down. Failing this i'd be dropping in for a quote to the bose repairer, good luck!
This can be repaired of it's later than a series 1. (not sure if the 1997 model was a series 1)
Repair cost will be $225 plus tax (flat rate). Shipping is split between you and Bose.
They give you a new 1 year warranty.
Otherwise, Bose can have you trade this in for about 25% off a new, current system.
-If this still powers up, make sure the small 1/8" portion of the input cable (plugged into "system control 1") is in good condition, because you may just need to replace that input cable for a no audio situation. If it's a different series, it will say "zone 1" I think.
In either case, you should call Bose tech support about this. (800-367-4008) Make sure you're with your system so they know what series of LS5 this is.