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Make sure the tv is set to A/V 1 if it has multiple A/V hookups make sure the tv is on and set to the A/V channel you are trying to use. And make sure your cable is set to tv if you have a composite cable. If that does not work try buying a composite cable (thats the yellow red red blue green white cable). If that does not work. There might be something wrong with the xbox or tv.
Sorry to hear about your issue, let me see if I can help.
What type of tv is this? tube or flat panel? If tube, have you recently moved it and shook it up a little?
If panel, are you using an hdmi hookup or just regular cable from a cable box?
Be sure that your hookups are on tightly and that your cables are not tangled as well especially hdmi cable. Let me know if any of this is helpful in solving your issue or if I can be of more assistance. Once you respond I can help more, just need more information..
Try knocking on the cable connector whith the cable pugged in and the set on and also put the tv on a channel between 2 and 13, if the picture comes back then you have bad solder joint in or around tuner ***`y.
you may also want to check you cable connectors.
the tv setup won`t help you here. good luck
first use only a coaxcil cable to hook up to tv ;second try using standard colored wire hookup (red/white/yellow if you can0 third make sure all cables are plug in tight and in the right area. If still nothing the try adjusting volume on tv and the dvd recorder before you do any of these things.
As far as I know, my Go Video machine when there was no box involved...
The cable came from the wall to the IN of the Go Video box. Then another cable coming from the OUT of the video box and to the IN to the TV. TV should be on channel 3. As far as I can remember, I don't need to push the TV/VCR button, but instead, have to channel down to below channel 2 on the TV to the LINE/INPUT selection. Once you go there, and the Go-Video machine is on, you should be able to see a clear picture.
You'll push the TV/VCR button if you want to toggle back and forth from the VCR picture to the TV picture (which will be technically blank since it's on the 'line input selection.)
It sounds like convergence problem to me. There are two ways to correct these concerns; Samsung does sell boards, so if you are handy you can replace the boards yourself. BUT I recommend calling a factory authorized service company. It isn't costly, the cost will run around $400 -$550.