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Try different AV ports on the TV, if it doesn't work press the right trigger + Y, right after the console starts (this will reset the resolution of the console output) I'm assuming you are using the same cable that worked with another TV, so neither the cable is broken, neither the Xbox. It can only be an output format problem, bad configured or a faulty TV.
This could have a few causes. 1. Try running a good quality DVD cleaner as you may have a dirty lens. 2. Check your connections to the TV to see if the cable has come loose. Or 3. Check the wire to see if it is frayed or cut and if it is replace. You can also check by using a different set of jacks on the TV, if equipped, to see if it is a TV problem. Also make sure you have the TV on the proper settings to play as if it's not on the right video input it will play sound but not have a pic. Hope these tips help you. Good luck.
I was having the same problem, and what seemed to fix mine was my hard drive. I keep my 360 on it's side and it [hard drive] was falling out a little. I pushed it back in and that seemed to do the trick. Also, when I fix my red rings, I just turn the console off, unhook EVERYTHING and leave it out for a minute. Then I hook everything back in (power cord, hdmi cable, ethernet cable, and hard drive) and it usually works out ok. I'm not saying that fixes everything, but, it has for me in the past.