Most people only think about charging the battery of their Bose speakers when it’s running low on power. However, there are many other times that you might want to charge the device that you might not know about!
You are not the only one who noticed that your Bose speakers aren’t charging or turning on. The problem is not unique.
Despite the different features of Bose speakers, some of them experience the same problem. However, this problem can be resolved.
Bose speakers not charging is one of Bose owners’ most common problems. If the issue lies in your Bose sound system, you don’t need to worry a lot. We’ll tell you how to fix this issue in simple steps.
If your Bose speaker isn’t charging, the most common solutions are to update the firmware/software, remove the charger, and reset your speakers by holding the power cord while charging while simultaneously releasing both the power cord and the charger.
Here are a few other uncommon solutions and a closer look at these steps.
Let’s get started!
How To Fix Bose Speakers Not Charging
First, check the power outlet in your room to ensure that the power outlet is working properly. If the problem is with your Bose speakers, it may be a problem with the charging port or the battery.
The charging port could also have some dirt or lint in it. Use a q-tip and gently clean around the charging port. If cleaning doesn’t work, you may need to replace the charging port of your Bose speaker.
If you are using a non-original Bose cable or a charging cable that isn’t compatible with the headphones, this can cause your problem. Let’s take a look at the solution.
1st Method: Bose Speakers Reset
- Charge your Bose speaker with the charging cable
- For 10 seconds, hold the Pause/Play button
- Now your speaker should be charging
If you didn’t succeed with 1st Method, try 2nd Method instead.
2nd Method: Update The Software
To maintain the constant functionality of Bose speakers, the company releases new software updates and firmware updates regularly.
Nonetheless, bose speakers can experience problems when their software is not updated, and the batteries are depleted, preventing charging or turning on.
The following steps will help you resolve this issue:
- To download the updates, visit the Bose Website
- By connecting your charging cable to your Bose speakers, you can connect your PC to your laptop
- You can solve your charging problem by checking if your speakers are up-to-date. If not, a simple update should fix the problem.
In case of 2nd Method doesn’t work, you can try the 3rd Method.
- Charge your computer/laptop with the charging cable nearby
- Hold down the power button for three seconds
- Insert the power cable simultaneously after releasing the power button
- Connect the cable back to your computer/laptop
- Turn on the power button
If the 3rd Method doesn’t work, you can try the 4th Method.
4th Method: Use the Multifunction Button to reset
- Charge your Bose speakers by inserting the charging cable
- Connect the other end of the cable to a computer or laptop
- Hold down the Multifunction button (3 dots) for 10 to 15 seconds
- Hold down the Multifunction button while unplugging the cable from your PC
- Release the Multifunction button
- Reconnect your charger to your computer
- Hit the power button
Now that your device is charging, it should begin to charge.
Continue with method #5 if this doesn’t work for you.
5th Method: Enable Ship Mode on your speakers
Your device will simply reboot in ship mode without wiping its data. Charge your device for an hour by putting it in ship mode, plugging it into the charger to exist ship mode, and leaving it to charge.
Activate the ship mode by following these ways:
- Connect the power outlet to the speaker
- Activate the Multi-function button and hold it down for 10 seconds
- While holding the multi-function button, unplug the speaker from the power source
- You can now release the Multi-function button.
Maintain your device
You most likely need to have your product serviced if you haven’t succeeded in trying all the steps above. You can get your products repaired or replaced by Bose’s support team here.
How to use my Bose speakers warranty?
To file a claim with Bose speakers, follow these steps:
- Reach out to Bose support via their website
- Enter your device’s serial number to start a service request
- Entering the order number and billing zip code when starting a return request
Where do I find out if my Bose Speakers are charging?
A red light will flash on your Bose speakers when your device is charging. A solid green LED light will appear after charging is complete.
Bose speakers can be overcharged?
The speakers are powered by lithium-ion batteries, which stop charging as soon as your device reaches 100% battery, telling you that you won’t overcharge your device by leaving the speakers plugged in.
The battery capacity of your device may be permanently damaged if your speakers are exposed to extreme temperatures.
How long does it take to charge a Bose speaker?
Many factors can affect the time it takes your Bose speakers to charge fully. These include the type of charger you are using, the size of the battery, and if the charger is in use while the speakers are charging.
When my speakers are charging, is it a bad idea to use them?
It is not harmful to use your Bose speakers while they are charging. However, it does take longer to charge them fully.
Now that we’ve explained what might be causing your Bose speakers not charging and a few methods you can try to fix them, we hope you’re feeling prepared to tackle the job.
If you feel that your speakers are completely beyond repair, there is always a chance of having Bose service your speakers or giving you a new pair of speakers altogether.