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PS2 screen won't show on tv set to game

I plug in the ac adapter into the wall and the 3 colored prongs into the tv's slot for the audio/video in the correct order. i turn on the ps2 and nothing happens. i hit the reset button and the fan turns on but on the tv won't show anything, just black. i need to know how to fix it please.

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    i turn on my ps2 and i only get a black screen

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Try to trouble shoot if the wire is the problem, how? remove the 3 colored wires from the tv and ps2 then try to use the red color instead of yellow to the video from tv and ps2 (both red) temporarily do not use the yellow color. once a picture appears use now the white for the audio (both white) for left audio once there is a sound you may try the yellow for the right audio. i hope this will help you and hear a positve reply from you.

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