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Matthew Beck Posted on Jun 04, 2007
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Bose 321 Horizontal messing up

First off the only article I could find said that opening the Bose 321 would destroy it was wrong. Top comes off somewhat with ease. Problem : Horizontal FLicker There are 4 screws inside but none seem to work to fix the problem. I tried downloading the schematic and it is in 3 parts of course! in RAR format which I had to download a RAR decompression utility only to find NO sites have the 3rd file. Any helpful ideas would be appreciated. System works, plays sound and video but the horizontal flicker is messed up.

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  • Matthew Beck Jun 04, 2007

    Anyone?

  • Matthew Beck Jun 04, 2007

    Thanks for the feedback I am a computer and network specialist but would not consider myself a tech. No idea what I would be looking for.

  • Matthew Beck Jun 04, 2007

    I am a computer and network specialist.

    So in so far as DVD players I do not know really what I am looking at.

    Just trying to see if I could repair it and stumbled on this site.

    You mention a cap near a HOT I do not know what those things are.

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If you are a tech look into the horizontal circuit there is cap near the HOT that could be defected also check the yoke it could have a open connection good luck

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