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XBOX360 has sound but NO VIDEO

My XBOX360 has sound but no video! It turns on fine, all lights come on, you can hear fan turns on but no video! and its not A/V cables or tv cause tried many different cables and tvs!

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The only time this has happened with me (and a few times as well) is when the av cable is not pushed in properly in the back of the console.

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