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How do I connect my Xbox one to my 2008 model sharp aquos? When I plug it in with hdmi cables it stays a black screen.

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You have to change the input source on the TV to hdmi .

Posted on Apr 27, 2015

Testimonial: "I select the hdmi port on the TV that I'm plugged into but it just remains blank. No audio or video."

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  • ray gallant Apr 27, 2015

    try the other port it might be confused or another hdmi cable

  • Dustin rigsbee
    Dustin rigsbee Apr 27, 2015

    already did those. is there some setting it needs to be on I've went through every option when you press the menu button. the TV was a gift so I have no manual on it or know anything about it at all

  • ray gallant Apr 27, 2015

    google the make model and manual see if there is one for the tv online you can download .

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