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My Xbox 360 won't show up on my tv screen

Ok when I turn on my Xbox 360 I have to put it on this one input chanel. The cables are connected in it already. But when I turn it on I won't see it on my screen. I can still hear everything. But I don't know if the problem has to do with the cables.

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This problem is common and is usually fixed the same way that RROD is fixed by doing an Xclamp fix. If it is not just a cabling issue than that is what the problem is.

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