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Yes, there is a company that still repairs these CD-3000 CD changers (and I will provide that info at the bottom of my post).
First, I would suggest trying a hard reset of the Bose. To do this- disconnect the Bose from power, then remove the umbilical cable between the Changer and the Main Unit. Press and hold the Eject button for 10 seconds and release (this drains residual current from the main unit).Wait a minute, then re-connect the umbilical cable between the two devices- EXCEPT the power cable.Then, press and hold the Eject button- while plugging the system back into power. Continue to hold Eject for 15 seconds, or until you hear the Eject motor engage.Once that is done the system is reset, so if the issue is simply a processor glitch- this will correct it.
However, if this does not work, then the player is in need of service- more specifically the Eject mechanism in the 3 disc changer has malfunctioned. In this case the company at the link below still services the CD-3000 and can provide repairs:
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Well your initial question was asking about a repair service- which was provided. The other steps are simply something you can try.
Those steps are an ATTEMPT at a quick fix- and if they don't work, then the Bose requires repairs (which is what you came asking about). In that case- the link I posted specifically advertises the "CD-3000" as a unit they repair. Let me know if there's anything else you need today.
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