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If you want to do it the safe way so you don't put too much of a load on your amp, connect the positive wire from one speaker to the positive output from your amp. Then connect the negative wire from that speaker to the positive wire of the second speaker. Finally connect the negative wire of the second speaker to the negative output of the amp. This will get sound from both speakers without straining your amp. This is called wiring in series.
Remove the back, follow the 10" speaker wires and check if you can see any obvious bad solder. If you find a bad solder just resolder it and give it a try. You can also check for burnt discrete components like capacitors.
See this article about connecting a Yamaha mixer to a Bose L1 Mixer Yamaha MG8 2FX
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S-Video is a media type that only carries video. Unfortunately the LG unit was designed only to be a self contained surround sound unit. There are only video outputs to the television on this unit. Because of the unit having surround sound capabilities, LG felt that their wasn't a need for audio output. You would need to buy a new DVD player to allow audio from the DVD to your new Yamaha unit. Good Luck!