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Found a dead Hagstrom II N OT, needs a doctors prognosis.

Found a "Hagstrom II N OT" in the garbage dump.
it's totally dead when I hook it up to my stereo so i'm curious if any expert here might know what the usual cause might be and how I can fix it? :).

Heres a pile of pictures i took of the internals, it may give you some clues http://imgur.com/a/XUhNg

Someone had left a plectrum inside it so i'm not the first one to open it up :) http://i.imgur.com/dYn5Fh.jpg

Any help would be much appreciated.

Re: Found a dead Hagstrom II N OT, needs a doctors prognosis.

That's was a good one. Think the pick was there to prevent contact with the third unused lug on your jack. It maybe shorting out the signal to ground without it.
Plugged it into a stereo? does that work?
Do have a multimeter? check the continuity with the switches, and make sure it's not switched off

good luck