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It seems that the center channel has DC voltage at the output terminals, center channel amplifier is blown and you need to bring the receiver into a repair shop. You can use a voltmeter to check DC at speaker terminals, all channels should have 0 volts when no input signal applied (or volume control set to minimum).
Do not connect your speaker you can damage it.
Such a simple job. First check if the cables are connecred properly 1. Audio OUT from VCR to AUDIO IN of TV. 2. Video OUT from VCR to VIDEO IN of TV
Then switch the TV ON. Select 'Video' on the TV/Video selection button on the TV's remote control. Your TV screen will show a display like 'Video' or 'AV' Play a cassette and you should be able to see the picture... Happy Viewing.
Hello! Try the audio out. Run the audio to a receiver to see if the audio is there. If it is, then I'd leave it hooked up to the receiver and save yourself some money. If there is not any low level audio out then I'd fix the set. The only Sony set I've ever seen that was not worth fixing was a 32" model from the early 1990's that had bad picture tubes after only 5 years. I am a Sony factory trained tech. Good Luck!
It sounds like the video output isn't working its most likely a component failure 1 thing you could try is connecting a rca cables from video/audio out on the set to another set vid/audio inputs to see if it the video gets through.This is a problem that requires technical knowledge and test equipment to trace the video signeal