WAVE radio transformer bad ???
If you can check ohms,you can also read volts. Open the radio again and look for DC volts on the rectifiers capacitors.They look like :cans", normally the color is blue. Check for positive dc v. against chassis ground. If no + tension,your rectifier or your secondary are open.
Non-working CD in Bose wave radio
Try replacing the battery on the bottom of the system - alot of people miss it because you have it constantly plugged into the mains, but replacing this (somehow) re-sets the system, and 9 times out of 10 solves the issue.
Where can i find a bose raidio battery door
Flip the unit upside down with display facing you, take your left hand and put down on the left side of the unit. Look at your thumb near buy or underneath it you will see a triangle with lines running through it thats the battery door for a 9v use the triangle for grip when sliding the door (Opens to the left). You will need 1-9v battery maybe different on newer models mine is a 1st generation model. Good luck, hope this helps.
Left earbud problems
Well, I had the same problem with the right earbud. Luckily I was under warranty with Target, so they told me to contact Bose. I did and they had me send in the headphones (to make sure I waas telling the truth) and about 2 weeks later I got my earbuds back. Their customer service is excellent, so that's what I would reccomend
Can't remove battery of remote to bose radio/cd player (won't work)
On the back of the remote there is a small hole. You need to slide the small lock in the hole over and the battery compartment should pop open. This requires something small like a straightened paper clip. You may need to coax it a little with your finger by pushing out off the end of the remote. There is a picture of this on the back of my remote. I just removed my battery so i could replace it. The battery size is CR2032.
Okay I have a 2008 MacBook and my boyfriend bought
I would get an external sound card running on either USB (minimum 2.2) or firewire. I have had problems with mac audio ports. M-audio make a good range and so do ION. You need a stereo 2 in 2 out minimum (no need to overspend unless you plaun on starting a home recording or video project).
I would check to make sure there is no kind of phase switch on the speakers in anyway first though.
All things are connected but
First question, are all the volume controls turned up, hardware and Windows. Next, hook up the speakers to a CD player, ipod, etc and make sure they work. If they don't, contact the tech support for Bose at 1-800-999-2673.
If they do work, then it might be an issue with your sound card. Check for updates and run Windows updates. Also, plug in some different speakers and see if they work, if they don't it's an issue with your sound card.
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