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link expansion room product
• Room code
Make sure the system, amplifier, or powered speaker room
code setting matches that of the remote you are using in the
For information on room code settings and how to change
them, refer to the owner’s guide that came with your Bose
Problem What to do
No sound • For both the AL8 transmitter and AR1 receiver, make sure:
– the audio source is plugged in, turned on, and working.
link A cable is securely connected at both ends.
Refer to “Connecting to a Bose
link compatible product” on
– the small connector end of the power cord is inserted firmly
into the AC Power jack on the connection panel and the
power pack is plugged securely into a working AC outlet.
– the Setup code switches on the connection panel of the
transmitter and the receiver are set identically. There are four
options: 1 & 2 up; 1 & 2 down; 1 up & 2 down; 1 down & 2 up.
– the Status LEDs are lit a solid green to indicate solid
communication between the two parts. If not, refer to the
next problem in this table.
• For the expansion room products, make sure:
– the system, amplifier, or powered speaker is plugged in and
turned on. On an SA-2 or SA-3 amplifier in that room, make
sure the status LED is lit to indicate the amplifier is working.
– the room code is set on the Bose link remote control or
music center II to match the room codes on
the amplifier or powered speaker and are unique to this
– the house code is set on the Bose link remote control or
PERSONAL music center II to match the house code of the
system in the main room.
lights are not
• Move the receiver and transmitter closer together.
• Move the receiver, the transmitter, or both so the transmission
path between them does not intersect with large metal objects
(like a refrigerator), impervious construction materials (like thick
masonry) or other obstructions (like a pool of water).
• Check to see if the Status LEDs turn green as a result of the
above efforts. For details, refer to “Check the indicators and
settings” on page 8.