You likely have the "Three Red Rings of Death", which denotes a hardware failure. You can check on Xbox.com, they have some troubleshooting options that might help, but you'll probably have to send it in.
On Xbox.com you'll find a telephone number, you call in to Microsoft and file a claim. If your console is still under warranty (they extended it, so unless you've been messing around with it and broke the seal it shouldn't be a problem) then they will send you a box for it. You send the console in and they will either fix it or give you a new one, then send it back to you. This is all free of charge.
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If you have a picture, but only in green on a 3 crt projection TV, I would try turning up the drive for the red and blue guns. They have probably changed over time and red and blue have lost drive and need a boost. Green makes up 70 percent of the picture compared to red and blue so the drive would not have to drop much to lose red and green but still have green. Keep in mind that this does mean that the CRTs are dying and may not have too much time left.
To turn up the drives first remove the back cover on the bottom half of the machine. Be very careful as you will have to work on this unit live. Do not touch anything other than what I tell you and keep one hand in your pocket whenever possible.
First look at the space above the main circuit board. Somewhere across the beam supporting the CRTs you will see a square box with 6 controls (shafts). You can locate the box if you follow the wires from the flyback to the box. The flyback is located on the power board and produces the high voltage. It will have 4 large red rubber wires coming out of it. Three go to the focus divider block (the box in question) then they go on to the crts (red, green, blue).
Once you locate the focus divider look at it closely. The focus controls are on top and the drives are on the bottom. They should be marked red, green and blue. You want to turn up the red and blue. Tune a picture with as much black as possible. While watching it turn up the red until you see a red tint or streak then turn down until it just disappears. Do the same with the blue. You may want to touch up the green also for good color balance.
If the set is working OK and the CRTs have enough drive left, your picture should look normal.
Heres one solution that I found. If your ps3 turns on but does not boot
up just stays a black screen most likely the hard drive got corrupted.
So unfortunately you will lose all your saves. But to save the system
when you power on the ps3 hold the button down its should beep once
keep holding it and it should turn red in standby mode. Keep holding
the power button down though. It should turn green again keep holding
it should beep then double beep this time instead of going into
standby. Let go now and some options will come onto the screen. You
will need to plug in your ps3 controller and 6 options should come up.
Reformat PS3 worked for me but I lost all my saves. Good luck!
Fuse 23 in the underhood fuse box, it is a red/green wire going to the combo switch, leaving the combo switch it changes to a red/black wire. All the illumination controlled by the combo sw. is a red/blk wire. Let me know if that helps, Honda Al
check pico fuses f9a04 and f9a05. They will prob be open. if so, repl conv ic's qty 2 stk392-570 . you will need pico fuses 5A heat compound, solder and iron. also check caps in dm module. if swollen, then repl. there's 4. 4700uf 50v i believe. Also check to see if there looks like something spilled on the circuit boards. if so, your picture tubes red/green or blue may be leaking coolant oily substance. If this is the case, try removing the pcb and cleaning with 97% alc. They make good cleaning sprays too. The boards may be shot. good luck to ya.
If you don't want the to use the remote you don't have to, but you don't have enough wires to switch the upper light, the lower light, and the fan. You can, however, switch the upper and lower lights together if that's okay. In order to do that you'd connect the white from the ceiling box to the white (neutral) on the fan, then the green from the ceiling box to any green(ground) wires on the fan, then the black from the ceiling box to the black(motor) from the fan, then the red from the ceiling box to the blue and orange (lights) from the fan. I'm assuming that the black and red in the ceiling box are also in the switch box where the fan/light control switch is going. Those are the ones you'll connect to the controller.