• Craig Whitaker

Can My Bose System Be Repaired?

It’s hard to believe but Bose first introduced the Lifestyle 10 in 1990. As some of the original Bose systems approach 30 years old, systems begin to malfunction, and clients ask can my Bose system be repaired? The quick answer is maybe. Bose still offers repair on some systems and not on others. To start, if your system has a built-in DVD/CD player, it cannot be repaired. This rule applies to Lifestyle 48 and all previous systems with a lower Lifestyle number such as a Lifestyle 28 or Lifestyle 35. If your system falls into the “unrepairable” category, please visit our website, www.wbsouth.com/upgrade, to learn about upgrading your system. If you purchased your system after 2013, it may be repairable. It depends on the availability of parts. To determine if your system can be repaired, please call us @ 888-775-BOSE to discuss the service issue. Have your system model number and the serial number located on the bottom of your console available. For all your audio, video, and Smart Home needs, please visit our website @www.wbsouth.com.

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