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XBOX 360. No Audio or visual,yet everything else seems okay

When i start up to xbox 360, my Samsung flat screen says "searching for signal" and then turns to "no signal" i have both no audio or visual. I tried using a different A/V cable and still nothing

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Are you using and hd cord if so check your plugs make sure you are in the right slots then if hd cords there is a switch on the plug in to the xbox that needs to be switched to the hd setting

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if none of these work write a reply in this section and i'll get back to you.

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