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No picture on tv

Loss of video to the tv. have tried switching inputs on tv as well as hooking up component cable vs. yellow video cable.

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This is a graphics processor unit fault,(gpu) the console needs stripping down and new heatsink paste applying to the gpu, this is basically the same fix as rrod, so there are plenty of guides on this site or youtube if you feel like tackling this yourself, or book a pro repair center.
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