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|Andee||01/31/17||8||10||10||Thank you for your help.|
|Michael||11/23/16||10||10||10||excellent advice - thanks so much|
Thanks. I understand your question. But the photos are not clear enough to identity the cables. Maybe this will help: speaker wires are not shielded and run to the ceiling speakers in twisted pairs. Cables
Your photos show only the external connections. Surely there is an electronic apparatus, such as an audio receiver, inside the box. That is where the switching, inputs and outputs would be located.
I suggest you visit a retail store such as Bestbuy or Walmart and look at the models on display. Generally you want the biggest screen that fits in your space. Using a tape measure you can estimate
Since you are getting same results with many discs it suggests the laser diode is wearing out. Repair is almost never worth the cost. A new cd or dvd player is maybe the best solution for you. I saw
First try a reset. Do this by unplugging the power cord for 6 to 8 hours or overnight and try it again. If no power, still, it is likely the power supply board needs replaced. The board costs around