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HAS SOUND BUT NO PICTURE, IT IS NOT THE TV CAUSE THEY ARE PRETTY NEW. ALSO HOOKED UP A PLAYSTATION AND IT WORKED.

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I had a similar problem. Don't worry, it's probably something really simple.
1) First check you component HD AV cable:
Is it properly plugged into the back of the XBOX? Push it in with a bit of force until it snaps into place
2) Check the Red, White and Yellow leads. Are they going to the right connections?
3) If you are using the Scart connection or a connecting your XBOX to your TV via a DVD player check all the Scart connections to see if they haven't come loose and if they have, push them firmly back in.

One of those is likely to be the problem.

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