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Bose system is not getting power, wont turn on. checked all cords and connections they all seem ok.

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Check the back of your receiver for a fuse or a circuit breaker. All of the radios I have include a fuse on the back of the receiver portion of the set-up ... usually it is a small round thing, and it should have a label. if there was some sort of surge in your power, the fuse might have blown, and your system would not be getting power. If the fuse is blown, replace it and you should be good ... if not (and you don't have much experience with fixing electronics, a repair shop is probably going to be your next best bet.

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