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Video game, hear sound but no picture

I hooked up my x-box, yellow video cable and white audio cable.
I get sound but no picture of game. i have universel remote that I push input and it only goes to game not video 1 or video 2.
any help????

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  • mistirose Sep 06, 2009

    no it only takes me to picture,language,v-chip set up
    and closed caption options. any other ideas?

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Try the menu button on the front of the set, this normally will get you to the proper mode

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

  • Jim Clark Sep 07, 2009

    The only other thing I can think fo without seeing you remote, is to go to your favorite electronics and buy an RF Demodulator. Hook this up a directed and you should be able to use your xbox no channel 3 or 4

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