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try an old walkman on that patch cord to diagnose if its the patch cord or the Ipod. If you get all channels on the walkman, then its the patch cord for sure, they have them at radio shack. If it still does it it may be a setting within the reciever. begin cycling through your dolby DTS settings, try all of them, might just have to run it in stereo due to a decoding error between the two. or try to re-record the problematic songs from a different mp3 source off the internet.
1.Disconnect ***ALL*** your speakers
2.Turn on unit again
3.If the unit still goes in to standby - you've damaged the amp section
4.Amp section repair is for qualified techs only
5.Take unit to repair shop for *AN ESTIMATE*
The fuse is internal. You'd need to take off the cover and look inside it. If you did that and took it to an electronics repair shop, they should be able to tell you where the fuse is by looking and help you find a replacement.