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You don't mention the models so generic advice is all I can give.
The red/white/yellow on the HTS are for Right/Left/Composite Video, respectively.
The red/white on the TV are for Right/Left audio. You don't mention if they're IN or Out. If they're Out jusy jack them into the Red/White on the HTS.
As TV's are not reputed to be great audio sources, you would get better audio if you sourced TV-relaed audio from wherever the TV is getting it, like the DVD, Cable Box, Blu Ray. If your HTS accepts digital audio in, all the better as THAT is the only way you'll get multichannel audio from an external source.
If the disk is stuck in then the is a big problem with the dvd draw, sounds to me like the motor has shorted out if there isnt any noise, you can getthe disk out manually by unplugging the Cinema system, get a paperclip , its either to the left or the right of the dvd draw is a set of gears that is explosed to allow manual retrevial of the disk, push it into either the left or right bottom of the dvd draw and if you feel a little resistance , you have found the gear, just keep pushing in until you see the dvd draw start to emerge, then gently pull it out with your fingers.
Its your wire connection problem. Plz check that all the wires are connected to specific location. If wiares are ok then it might be internal circuit error! that should be repaired at authorised service stations.