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When turning on your system do not let go your finger until you hear a second beep, let go your finger and your image should come back with 1080P. for more info or question contact us at www.1repairstop.com
try holding you finger over the power button for a while when you turn it on this will reset the video settings, it might be set to a video setting that your tv does not support by a previous owner, i have ran into this problem when taking my system to friends houses
u said your ps3 is in green light so the problem can be easily solved..make sure u switch on the ps3 in the safemode and the problem will be solved ..u can even try this site to solve these kind of problems
this could be your power brick being faulty and letting to much power through to the xbox and earthing it through the TV resulting in the TV frying.
try changing your AV cables from the xbox to TV and your power brick and leads going to the console
Do you get anything via HDMi? Hook back up to your TV again, turn TV on and turn PS3 on, once you hear your PS3 make a beep, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds and it will then beep again, at this point take your finger off the button. this resets the PS3 resolution and output settings, so if it was just a resolution error this will fix it and you should then eventually get a signal on screen. But after doing this and you still get nothing then it's time to look at it being an about problem with your unit relating to the motherboard. Hope this has helped.
has nothing to do with your tv or ps3 or xbox ive had this problem and fixed it...you are simply running to many things in the house or on that specific circut at once and the ps3 and tv are not getting enough juice.