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the TV has component input so if you get an AV lead will come with 1 white leade and 1 yellow lead at each end, plug them diectly into TV and then at other end of cable get an AV to scart adaptor for your DVD had to same for my daughters TV and dvd as had no scart
You can use a Optical to Analog audio adaptor (found all over the internet for under $30). You'll also need an optical cable that goes between the adaptor and TV. Be sure to set the audio output on the TV settings to PCM audio output, otherwise there will be no output.
I have uploaded the GPX PDL705 manual to this site today. If you check tomorrow they may have posted it by then.
If you look at the small print on the adaptor it should indicate by diagram Voltage output, current capacity, type and tip polarity by small diagram. Most adaptors are 'positive' -- but if you are unsure do not plug the adaptor into the device because it will fry it!
I had to buy a replacement charger a while back. E-mail Audiovox through their website with the model of the DVD player and the part number of the adapter and they will let you know where you can purchase the replacement. It's throught another company, just can't remember and you can order it online - they'll give you the website. It only costs about $15.00.
You mention AC adaptor is loose when you try to recharge the battery. Yes you need to bring to a repair shop because probably there is loose solder inside or if you know how to open it up and how to do solder you'll save some $$ money. Good luck.