Saturday, February 13, 2016

BOSE LIFESTYLE - T10 - HOME THEATER SYSTEMS - Disassembling procedure – Step by Step instruction - Audio system repair and service

                                                Category: Audio System Repair and Service  

Contents of this article 

  • Top cover removal
  • Main PCB removal
  • Key PCB removal 

BOSE LIFESTYLE T10

Step by Step Disassembly Instruction 
1. Top Cover Assembly Removal
1.1 Remove the 6 screws located on the bottom of the console as indicated.
1.2 Lift off the top cover assembly.
Important Note: When replacing the top cover, press down on the top cover before tightening the screws. Do this to avoid the screw having to take up the pressure of the cover shield against the base shield. Failure to do so could result in a stripped screw.

2. AUX/Tuner PCB Removal
2.1 Remove the two screws indicated.
2.2 Remove the four cables from the AUX PCB connectors.
2.3 Remove the two screws securing the J700 connector block to the rear panel.
2.4 Lift up the AUX PCB.
Important Note: When replacing the AUX PCB, align the J700 connector block to the rear panel before securing it with the screws. Do not allow the rear panel to touch the AM/FM connector shields. Center the PCB screw holes to the screws bosses in the base.

3. Zone 2 PCB Removal (AV35 Only)
3.2 Remove the three screws securing the RCA block to the rear panel.
3.3 Remove the three screws securing the Zone 2 PCB bracket to the rear panel.
3.4 Lift out the Zone 2 PCB.

4. Main PCB Removal
4.1 Perform procedure 3 first
4.2 Remove the three screws indicated.
4.3 Remove the five screws securing the Main PCB connector blocks to the rear panel.
4.4 Lift out the Zone 2 PCB bracket.
4.5 Disconnect the three cables from the Main PCB.
4.6 Release the two latches indicated.
4.7 Lift out the Main PCB
Important Note: When replacing the Main PCB, align the connector blocks to the rear panel before securing it with the screws. Align the PCB to the alignment holes provided in the base.

5. IR Blaster PCB Removal
5.1 Remove the cable from the IR blaster PCB.
5.1 Press on the latch indicated and lift up on the
right side of the PCB.

6. Front AV PCB Removal
6.1 Remove the two screws indicated.
6.2 Remove the cable from the AV PCB.
6.3 While pressing on the two latches toward the rear of the PCB, lift up on the rear of the PCB.

7. Button PCB Removal
7.1 Remove the two screws indicated.
7.2 Remove the
7.3 Lift up on the right side of the button assembly and rotate toward the left to release the latches.

8. End Cap Removal
8.1 The latches on the end cap need to be released from the console base. See Figure.

8.2 Turn the console upside down.
8.3 Press a flat blade screwdriver in-between the console base and the front of the end cap. Once the screwdriver is between the end cap and base, rotate the screw driver downward to loosen the front end cap latch. See Figure .

8.4 Press a flat blade screwdriver in-between the console base and the rear of the end cap. Once the screwdriver is between the end cap and base, rotate the screw driver downward to loosen the rear end cap latch. See Figure .

8.5 Once the both ends of the end cap are released, slide off the end cap.
9. End Cap Replacement
9.1 With the console right side up, slide the end cap onto the side of the base. Be sure to engage all end cap latches into the base.
9.2 Press downward on the end cap until the flat edges of the end cap alignment locator is flush with the bass.

9. Door Assembly Removal
9.1 Remove the three screws from the right hinge assembly as indicted. Lift off the hinge assembly.
9.2 Remove the two screws from the left hinge assembly as indicated.
9.3 Open the door slightly. Slide the left hinge assembly toward the right to disengage it from the door hinge pin, leaving the spring in the hinge assembly.
9.4 Slide off the striker door clip.
9.5 Slide out the door.