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I need the Bose SoundDock schematics

Hi, does anyone by any chance know where I can get a copy of the schematics for the Bose Sounddock?
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No, but I have repaired many without a schematic. Aside from damage, there are abiot four basic failure modes. Tony

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Hi can you tell what the failure modes are? Thanks!

Posted on Aug 03, 2013

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