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I have a 62inch Mitsubishi DLP, I connected the red, white and yellow connectors to the audio/video 1 and selected input-1 option on tv, all I get is a blue screen and game won't work! Why?

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Hello,

the fault might be from the game board or maybe you did not do the connections correctly.

To confirm this, connect the game to another TV and observe if the game will display on the screen. the out come of this will determine whether the game is the cause of the problem or the TV. This will enable us know where to focus our attention.

So try it and let me know what happens next.

Bye for now.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

  • tacomakyle Jul 22, 2010

    I cxonnected the game console to another tv and the game console works great

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