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Sound but no picture on my xbox 360

I have had my xbox for 2 years the problem started as it wudnt read any discs, games cd's or dvd's but all that started to work again and now i have the problem of when i booty it up to my tv i have sound of it booting up to the dashbord i can use the pad to scroll along to various things and it makes a sound as normal but i dont have a picture showing, can anybody help me with this problem?

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Have you tried the simple but effective, pushing the plugs in harder? And putting the 360 on its side so the disk tray opens forward and you basicly drop a disk onto the tray? And lastly have you tried pushing all plugs and everything in harder? into the t.v and 360?

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