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NO SIGNAL FOR SAMSUNG TV

We have a new 932MW SAMSUNG TV to be used mostly for gaming. I've connected the Power Cable and XBOX Cables as per usual but NO SIGNAL is appearing on the TV screen. I'd appreciate your help.

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Thomas Manning Age 11

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