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No audio...and its not the tv

The audio/video cord is plugged directly into the tv, and i get sound on all other channels except the av one.

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Follow the steps below, Hope this helps

1. Try another Av cable ( Audio video Cable )

2. If the steps dont work, call xbox customer support to have your xbox serviced. Good Luck! hope your console still has warranty

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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This sounds like a fault with the ana chip, this can be fixed by stripping your console down and using a heatgun or reflow oven to reseat all of the solder on the 360. when the 360 warms up the mainboard bends and causes the solder to crack. this in turn causes problems similar to what your experiencing. dont pay for expensive guides, if you want to do this yourself just email me and ill try to help all i can.

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Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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