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Re: GE GTD120 System
Assuming your speaker wires are securely connected, and that you have tried more than 1 or 2 DVD's, access your main menu via your Remote Control and Restore Defaults. If you still cannot get even so much as noise, manually turn your volume control, and ensure that the LED lights follow your turning movement. It has a fairly fancy volume controller, and if the carbon liner witin the physical volume control is cracked, you cannot adjust the volume even if you use your remote.
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Most players of this type have 2 laser eyes, 1 for CD and another for DVD. Based on your description, I would venture a guess that the DVD laser eye is at fault. If the unit was playing DVD before and the problem just occurred recently, then perhaps, cleaning with the use of a CD cleaner (similar to the ones used for computer CD ROMs) would correct the fault.
Should this not be the case, you may need to seek the services of a qualified audio technician who can either perform a manual cleaning (involves opening the unit) or diagnosis and repair if required. I am hesitant to suggest that you venture a do-it-yourself as this require working with a live/powered unit when performing tests and diagnosis.
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Did you connect your TV to the DVD player via video cable (S-video, composite, or component)? That might be why you cant see the screen and stuff. To connect to TV, just connect your VIDEO OUT on the dvd player to the VIDEO IN on your TV. About that sub...you can hook it up, but it will only have as much punch as the player will allow. In other words, dont expect much out of a 20" sub if you have a 100 watt system.
Ensure that there are no conductive material's (metallic thread, fine wire such as shielding braid)near your Aux inputs that may be shorting your connections. You could also try using an emory board or fine sand paper, or even a pot scrubber on your inputs and RCA plugs in case it's just simply dirty and hampering the connectivity.