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Weird gearing sound while playing CD or DVD

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An annoying noise is present while the player is running.It is coming from around the tray gears...while it is playing a CD or DVD.

Thanks for your help

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Send it back to bose in Framingham, Ma for repair. Get loaner from where you bought system.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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