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Just one question. Why would you want to downgrade your sound by going from digital to analog tape complete with it's own hiss? I assume that you are using the dvd player to play your cd's.
anyways.............since one of your units is digital and one not, get 2 red and white composite audio cables. Use one red & white cable and go from the "output" of the audio of the dvd to the "in" of your tape deck. The other set of cables will go to the "out" of your tapedeck and will go to any tape or cd or aux in the back of your amp. Make sure the device selection button on the amp matches whatever slot you put the cables into on the back of the amp. Start a cd and put a casette in the tapedeck. Push record to see that the sound is coming through.
In general some unit have headphone jacks that have normalized connection on them that turn speakers off when the headphones are plugged in. Also these jack if not used often can become intermittent or can break the amplifier signal. In the event that it is not this then I would look for bad soldering in the amplifier section and then scope a sine wave signal injected into the input of the unit to see why the amp is not working. It could be an amplifier IC or lack of power going to it. To be 100% certain I would have to look at the unit to determine the real fault.
Units that sit do not exercise the belts and this causes some belts to become deformed and then other to just decay to like a tar. Look inside the unit to see if the motors are turning. If they are you will see it needs new belts. If the motors are not turning then the likely cause is Electrolytic Filter capacitors in the power supply. They don't do well sitting either.
ok I have got the manual and for parental options it says
The parental option anebles parents to prevent their children from watching inappropriate material on a dvd. It reads the ratings for programming, then denies access to programmnig if the program's rating meets the limitations you selected. In this case, the user will have to enter a 4 digits security password, then press enter button.
The password in my book is forward button,backward button, forward button, backward button.
tahts the ones with the 2 arrows on.
I hope this helps i need the help line no because my little girls remote does not work with her player.
Remove the cover to see if any belts under the cassette player is cut. Or to see if there are any obstructions.Remove the front cover.which will remove the tape housing of the cassette player. you can check for any broken plastic compoments that might be keeping the housing from opening.Or any belts that may have been cut.