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Audio but no video

I have cleaned all the av cables, I have double checked and made sure they were all plugged in right, and the av cable is set for TV, so why am I not able to see picture but I can hear the sound?

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  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    same

  • boxingstud06 Nov 11, 2008

    can hear the audio but see no picture.

  • boxingstud06 Nov 11, 2008

    can hear sound but see no picture

  • Anonymous Nov 11, 2008

    i can hear the audio but there's just dots going across the screen

  • blueiz36575 Nov 11, 2008

    i have the same problem

  • pdizzle123 Nov 11, 2008

    i have checked all the av cords and used like 5 tvs but the xbox will just play the audio and not show the video

  • kth_jay Nov 14, 2008

    the green light is on the front and i can hear my xbox start up but no video, any solutions?

  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    Anyone got a solution?

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Red ring is not the only problem with Microsoft Xbox 360. This amazingdevice also has some more common problems like Audio but no videoproblem, disc read error etc. Microsoft is providing extended warrantyonly for red ring problem. Means you will have to spend some money toget this problem repaired also if you plan to send your xbox toMicrosoft, you will have to wait for 3-4 weeks to get back yourfavourite Xbox. There is one more option in the form of DIY guide, this guide explains solving No Video problem with step by step instruction, so any novice can fix this problem
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