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Color distoration, then the game froze and now video wont work

I recently aquired an xbox 360 but had it hooked up to a non HDTV. It worked just fine. I now recently hooked it up to an HDTV. I adjusted all the necessary HD setting for the xbo 360 to perform in HD. It work for about 10 non consecutive hours of game play before the color changed to an ugly yellowish orange. This would occur then dissapear. So i really didnt pay any attention to it. But then, i started playing COD4. The colors once again changed to the yellowish orange for about a minuete. The game then froze completly. I turned the xbox off and back on, but when i turned it back on, the vidoe didnt come up on the screen. I could hear the audio working but the screen was just black. So i unplugged all of the xbox AV inputs and plugged them into a different input coponent on the TV. That didnt work, so i know its not the TV. I also tried switching all the HD setting back to regular TV settings, but that didnt work either. Now all i get it a semi fuzzy screen. Im guessing that the problem lies at AV cord's connection to the xbox, or and electrical component inside the consol, but im hoping its not that complicated. PLEASE HELP!!

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It could be as simple as the video cables. Get another set of cables and try it. You can get them pretty cheap on auction sites. IF that dont work then I would say your headed for the 3 red lights or no video problem. If thats the case then check with ms and see if your still under warranty. If not we can help. We are registered repair service on this site. thanks
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