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MHC-771 no sound out

Friend of mine gives me MHC-771, everything seems functional well, but no sound at all, just hear "ououououou...". The signal seems ok. How can I troubleshoot the problem? Thanks, Lee

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    Sony MHC 771, All seems well but no sound. Is there an internal fuse/protector that needs replacing?

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