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It is written in German though the detail worked perfectly for me this morning.
Bottom line is that they suggest you replace on the P1 unit 4 x caps (C9- 47uF 16V, C10-47uF 16V, C17-10uF 25V, C18-10uF 35V).
I did the work on my unit this morning and all is good - remote now connects immediately to P1 (as it did when new).
If you've done the complete walk around i/e--unplug from wall/remove batteries takes bout 1/2-to-1 hour don't be in a hurry then go bac & reset--if no go then your room interfac M-1 needs [email protected]
FOR THE BOSE LIFESTYLE 50 SYSTEM (Model P1 - Personal Music Center remote) You can re-calibrate the remote first by following the steps below: 1. press and hold down on the display screen in the top middle area of the remote 2. After a few seconds the word CAL will appear in the middle and the word SOURCE will appear in the top left area of the remote. 3. Press the SOURCE button. 4. The word KEYPAD will appear in the top right area of the remote 5. Press the KEYPAD button and a small circle will appear in the bottom right of the remote. 6. Press the Circle This should've recalibrated the remote. If you need to relink the remote to the system, HOLD down the mute button while having the remote as close as possible to the unit. You will hear a beep . Release the button, after a pause , you will hear the remote beep twice. This re-links the remote to your system If the backlight is not working, your options are 1. Spend $349 and get a new one from Bose Or 2.Spend $220 and get a used one on E-bayOR 3. Use your remote with the lights on so that you can see the display :-)...the cheapest way OR Invest in an LED Book light that you can clamp on the remote and use that for your light ($9.99)