Question about Kenwood VR-209 Receiver
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
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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