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I am getting no picture when the xbox is on, but i am getting audio. The red and white wires are plugged into the red and white holes under cd, and the yellow wire is in the yellow hole under video 2, and my tv is on video 2

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Try a new video cable from the XBOX to TV or check another source like a DVD player to the TV thru the same Vid 2 input. You either have a bad cable, bad video section on your XBOX or a bad input on your TV. Hope this helps

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Then plug the 3 RCA cables into the color coded slots on the TV. Make sure you aren't using the red cable from the component RGB but are using the red cable for sound (next to the white one).

Then, if you still have no picture, start the console using the controllers Xbox button and hold "Y" and "RT" until the console restarts. this will reset the video settings on the 360 to default.

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White and Red ports are for Left/Right Audio. Yellow is for video. On the TV usually it would be a range of colors from Yellow-Green. Try looking for another port just for the video.

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