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Xbox keeps flashing black and white

Ive ad my xbox for a year and a half playing it on my tv (oviously) then 1 day it keeped flashing black and white will im playing games and when playing dvds its totally black and white i bought a new av cable but its still the same is it fecked or is there some thing i do?!?

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  • Obiwan578 Dec 05, 2007

    I got my current 360 a litle over 3 months ago as a replacement from the repair center. Now it looks like it's slowly turning black and white. When I turn it on after leaving it off for a while, but after a few minutes the screen has a greenish tint to it. And if I go to the marketplace blade it's completely black and white. It seems like anything red or orange on the screen causes it to lose color. I took it out of my bedroom and hooked it up to the tv in my living room with component jacks and played it for about 2 hours and it looked fine with color and everything. But when I hooked it up with the red, white, and yellow cables to the same tv I get the same problem as before.

    I just think it's kind of weird that the composite part of the AV connector is turning black and white, but the component part is just fine.

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