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I have my X box plugged in correctly to the tv as it has worked previously and it turns on and off and i can hear the sound but no picture. I changed the cord that connects it with the tv to a new one but still no picture. sound is fine though

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This problem is actually fairly common and it is not your TV or the AV cable.

The reason that it happens is because the scaler chip at the back overheats and shuts down.

You can send it back to get it fixed or fix it yourself and get back to your games

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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What kind of television is it?
What type of connection are u using?
Have you tried the XBox with another set?
to make sure its not the xBox.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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