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Ensure that the audio/visual plug in the back of the 360 is in all the way, and that the red and white cables are plugged in all the way. If this doesn't work, try plugging it in to a different television. If problem persists try another audio/visual cable. I suggest borrowing one first so you do not waste money if that isn't the problem.
not sure if this will be any good for ya but i had a similar problem except my screen was blue with sound and it turned out to be the adapter to covert the two audio and video plugs to scart but soon as i took this away and just plugged the audio and video straight into the tv i was fine put the adapter back on naffed up again ive since changed to new adapter and still working good hope this is some help to ya.. ive got the uk version just in case your in the states
Hi kittenkicker (great name),
Unfortunately you have a graphics processor unit (gpu) fault, the console needs stripping down and new heatsink compound applying to the chip,this is basically the same fix as rrod so there are plenty of guides on youtube on how to do this if you want to tackle this yourself, there are also guides on quick fixes, but I would not recommend these, they only last a short while,but could cause lasting damage.
Ive given you this advice free, so a thumbs up if it helps will be payment enough.