Bose Recall and surprisingly malfunctioning bose amp

Derek Pulvino dbpulvino at
Sun Aug 4 17:06:12 EDT 2002

Thanks Brett.

Looks like my next maintenance project.  I might actually follow through
with this one though, as opposed to my previous trailer hitch or brake pad
retaining/anti-rattle spring querries.  Much more of a day to day effect.


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>At 5:19 PM -0400 8/4/02, Bryan Foster wrote:
>>Derek and List,
>>My passenger front bose speaker was doing the same thing as yours...Having
>>to warm up for a few minutes before hearing any music out of it.  A month
>>later now, it is dead with only a slight hiss coming out of it.  I have a
>>replacement on the way. Ask around for someone who has their bose sitting
>>in a box.  Got mine for $25.
>I don't remember exact numbers, but it costs about $5 in parts to
>fix...$20-30 if you don't have a soldering iron and desoldering pump.
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