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My Bose system was damaged by lighting, now what?


Along with the summer storms, comes damage caused by lighting. Your Bose Home Entertainment System is no exception. In the past couple of weeks, we have had 3 clients call with suspected lighting damage. The 1st step is to determine if the Bose console/receiver was damaged. Check and see if the power light is on. If the light is out, the console is damaged and will need factory service. Please note, Bose no longer offers factory service on older systems. To check if your system can be repaired, contact Bose service @ 888-757-9952. If your system can be repaired, you should work directly with the Bose service and make arrangements to ship the damaged products to their service group. If the console light is on, please call Whitaker Brothers @ 888-775-BOSE to schedule a service call to have our service technicians come to your home and determine if the system can be re-booted and/or what components need to be replaced. If necessary, we will be happy to provide you with a quote to get your system up and running. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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