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Background is all blurred

The background of the screen is all blurred and the surface or the top graphics are fine. For example, Call of Duty my weapon is clear but everything else is blurry.

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It sounds like there is a problem with your cables or your tv.
I would suggest trying a different tv, if the same problem persists see if you can borrow the cords from your buddy. If the problem still persists then call microsoft and have them fix your consol.

Not much else you can do,

Please post if you would like more guidance, or what you decide to do.
Good luck

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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