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I plug in the red blue and green video cable and the my T.V says no signal, what could be the problem the cable or the console itself?

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This could be the result of the cable malfunctioning. I would try buying new AV wires and if that does not work it may have something to do with being an HD system. If the playstation is doing this on an HDTV you may need and HDMI cord to get it to work...

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