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How do I make the sound work

As you see in this picture, and AV cable will have these type of pins at both ends. Just see:
Like this. By which; Yellow colored one is meant to be connected to Video In to the TV, and the other end of it to the Video out of the device you do as source; like DVD,VCR LD player etc.
Similarly, the other two colored pins [2 of it] are meant to be connected to the respective colored sockets; both at TV & the source device. These two wires are audio connectors, Left & Right channel. It's quiet simple to connect; and no expertise is needed. Have keen look. That's all.
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I have JVC Compact VHS Camcorder Model No GR-SXM250U what am i doing send data in Computer.i have no softwere CD where can i get softwere CD ? What can i do ?

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I need to ask you for a bit more information. Ordinarily a socket for a 3-way lamp has two external connections, one of which goes to power (black is the standard color) and one which connects to the neutral wire (white is the standard color). The other wire commonly encountered in house wiring is green, which is a ground connection. Lamps normally do not use a ground. The Levitron web page does not flag this socket to be anything out of the ordinary, but neither do they show the connections.

So please provide any additional information that you can on this socket. Is it meant to hold a single, 3-way incandescent bulb, or is it for a florescent bulb? Is it meant for a special purpose?

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Which telephone port do i put the line in

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No ethernet connection on my computer thats hooked up directly to the 2wire router. how do i acquire ethernet connection?

My guess is that the 2wire router has a DTE plug and a DCE plug. The DTE plug is meant to plug in to your DSL modem, while the other plugs are meant to plug into computers.
If you move the plug, it might work, assuming you have an upstream and downstream connection on the router.
Failing that:
Make sure the cable is an ethernet cable and not a phone cable,
Make sure the wires are run straight through. If it is a crossover cable, it might be meant to connect a DTE to a DTE without a hub, and it won't connect a computer to a router port.
Try a different cable.
Try a different computer (borrow one, etc.)

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if you meant connecting it to a modem it is possible. but if you meant connecting it to a computer to share internet to other computers, then it won't work

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I have included a step by step to store your stations. The cables are meant for a sub and yes your system does support a sony cd changer. To install a changer you have to pull the deck and there is a outlet on the back.

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