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Have sound but no picture, have tried new leads but same problem

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Is the yellow or white... depends... in both socket tightly without any disruptions whatsoever? My friend had no sound... and sometimes no picture. Put something to place this up or down for the to be straight and completely inserted. I hope it helped!

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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