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Picture comes up fuzzy as though interferance, nothing wrong with cables or TV

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Hello,

Could be a short in the A/V cords or could be something wrong with the back Inputs, i will advice you check this two areas very well to see if there is anything you need to correct, if you did not see anything cable shorted or problem with the back input which are the most likely cause of fuzzy pictures on xbox 360. You may be on your way to getting the E74 error. I will advice you return send the xbox 360 for repair if it still under warranty.

Take care.

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