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No connection to my tv

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My console powers up using controller or on its own, but cant get it to connect to tv. Even tried hooking it up to my mates tv and leads.

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  • karlsmart Feb 13, 2009

    no sound at all

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It might need to be serviced. Do you hear sound? If yes then its the solder under the Gpu chip. We can do this for you if your interested we are listed on this site.
www.videogamerepairservice.com

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