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Keeps switching off

When you turn on the console it will start to load up and then it will cut off and it will say on the tv no vidio outout? what does this mean it is brandnew only got it 2day and we havnt even been on it yet! please help thankyou

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Make sure all the plugs are in tight then hold your finger on the touch sensitive power button, until it can turn on AND back off. That should hopefully reset the video outputs on it and it should work. If not i am not sure what to tell you.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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