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Unless the jacks have physically broken, replacing them is not the solution to the problem. Generally if both channels are dead, then you will find that a pre-amp IC has failed. This can be found by simply following where the jacks enter the PC board then following the circuit till they go into an IC.
Radio Shack has an adapter catalog number 278-0291. It takes some effort to push the 278-0291 adapter onto the FM UNBL 75 ohm terminal so wait until you have the 278-0291 installed before you connect your 75 ohm coax on to your new adapter.
This will resolve your FM screw on F connector antenna interface issue.
I see others trying to help suggest using a 300 ohm to 75 ohm transformer match unit, this isn't what is needed. Your receiver antenna input IS a 75 ohm input.
Mine says that all the time and it doesn't skip like that.. try using some air duster in the back and cd tray.. mine actually quit playing cds at one point.. my friend said it was the "dust cover" or something like that by the eye..
This should be because you have not used the player for many years. Does the system eject the CD tray? Use the CD head cleaner CD that removes dust on the laser head if any. Try using the audio CD which are recorded in .cda format and not ion MP3 format.
hello my frien let me tell you that the system wont accept more speakers or diferent loads per ohm if the total load says 16 ohms by channel thats the total can handle so if you ad more speakers the system turns off before it burns or or have a severe damage........saludos