Have a ten-year-old system producing astonishingly good sound. Whilst the radio part is fine, the cd player will not recognise a normal disc. The fault was intermittent at first but now seems permanent and has baffled two repairers. (A new laser assembly has made no difference).
Do I resign myself to ths or is there a (laser) light at the end of the tunnel?
P.S. I'd better add that this system is actually a 'UX-2000R' but essentially the same as the picture on your site.
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I took mine back to the Bose store and they gave me credit on my Wave that was about ten years old toward a new CD wave radio. I would recommend taking it to the Bose store and see what they can do for you.
My radio stopped working. I was able to take it into a Bose store and trade it in on a new radio. My old one was about ten years old and it did not have a CD player. I was able to trade it in on a new one with a CD player.
i resolved this myself in the end. I unplugged the audio & power cables whilst the stereo and engine was running. Then plugged back in. I turned the engine off and stereo off as well. I then unplugged audio and power again from the back of the CDX, left it unplugged for 10 minutes whilst the engine was still off. I then plugged the leads back in and turned the engine on. the stereo recognised the CDX, but stayed on displaying "CD Checking". I switched to radio for 20 seconds, turned back to CDX and it selected CD 1 and has been good ever since.