If you are using the A/V cables (the red, white, and yellow ones), you might have a short in the video portion of the cable. Try unplugging and plugging in again or wiggling the wires around a bit. Otherwise, I would suggest finding another cable.
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Are you using the Red/Green/Blue cables or are you using the Red/Yellow/White?
Also make sure you are matching the colors up correctly. If you find that you only have two of the three RYW, try hooking it up to another AV jack on the side or front of the new TV. If you are using the RGB, sometimes in low light settings, the blue and green are easily mixed up.
Another thing you might want to try is changing your settings on your tv for NTSC as it might be set up for PAL.
I had the same problem. I fixed it by changing system settings, there is somewhere on the console where you can choose between two differant colour options. have a look around and try changing it on the ps itself.
you need a ps3 scart lead. i think the one of the ps2 is the same but check. it should just hook up like a ps2. if you are having any problems with the picture hold down the power button when you start up the ps3 for 10 seconds this runs the optimal screen settings for the cable you are using. but if it is the first time you are using the ps3 it will auto start in set up mode. hope this helps
Try hooking the xbox up to another tv to see if you get color. If you do it isn't your xbox. If you dont then it's your video cables going bad.
Hook a dvd player into the same spot you had the 360 in on your LCD see if you get color. If you dont then its your TV, if you do then it's your xbox video cables going bad.