Question about Bose & Wave& Music System
I had the exact same problem. I disconnected the radio from the power cord in the back, waited several minutes, reconnected the power cord and my radio had sound!!
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
PLUG IN YOUR HEAD PHONES IN - do you get sound ? If you do Get sound from your headphones it could be that your speakers blown and would recommend Bose to take a look if still under worrentee. if NOT You could still get it covered by domestic general find them at this link https://www.domgen.com otherwise if you dont want to pay for a repair take a look yourself - get a screw driver open up the case as best as you can look at the speakers, you may well find that you have a dry joint or a cable could have come disconnected if so solder it back on and you've FIXED IT! hope this helps. if it does OR IT DON'T, please leave feedback Anyway cheers raverbaby
Posted on Jun 27, 2007
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