Yes! It has been perfect ever since changing the slide switch! If anyone follows my method, I'd just recommend they buy 2 or 3 just in case the tiny spring is lost in the handling and such 😉.
@User-f51aa that's great! I will give that a shot. I cannot find them on either eBay or Amazon. I often order from those guys, as I am familiar with them. But I can order from your link too if there's no other place. I also found them here
Again, I'm not familiar with either of these places LOL. But I can give it a go 😊
@Ladan Yes, I also searched for that slide switch a good amount of time, but no luck anywhere else. I saw someone online get it from that site I posted and I felt that was safe enough lol. I also got the switches delivered relatively quickly. I'm sure the one you referenced would work as well, as long as everything is identical.
As far as how to do it, I actually referred to a message previously posted back on page 39 of this thread where @qiangliu provided excellent instructions and photos:
Remember, just be careful and patient. In the copied picture below from that post on page 39, you'll see on the bottom left corner what you'll be replacing altogether. Same way you take it out is the same way you place it back in.
@User-f51aathanks! That is a cool picture, but looks like a very delicate job, so yes I will be careful and patient every step of the way. 🎧 🙂
Oct 13, 2020
I had the same problem, tried method mentioned above and problem solved.
One thing to note, you don't have to peel off the felt to unscrew the 3 screws, just fold them up a little.
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Jun 15, 2018
@Community_AdminThanks for checking in on this issue. However, what can you say if anything has changed. About a year back, you posted pretty much the same thing as far as I remember.
1. You/Bose have suggested as before that it is a hardware problem but have never said exactly what the problem is. With all due respect, is Bose prepared now to pin down the cause which the 'customers' all seem to know or does the problem cause continue to be 'vague'?
2. Has any different directions been given to the phone support people. Pretty much on every incoming call call, the customer out of warranty is told there is a significant cost for an exchange.