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Double check TV is on video 1,2,3 same for 360s yellow video out.
If then you still have audio only ,the G.P.U has open connections
form the video feed to the mother board Solution, you must have the G.P.U re-clamp to the main board.
That Works. 99% of the time.
Firstly (i know it might sound silly) but is your video cable set to composite or HDTV? If that isnt the problem, your video encoder chip at the back probably has cracked or stressed solder joints that will need resoldering at the correct temperature with a special heat station.
You have to use the regular red and white cords(not the yellow) and u have to use all 3 hd cords. If ur tv doesnt have a place to put the cords in, then it isnt HD. Also on the plug connecting to the 360, there is a switch that has HD and regular, switch it to HD. hope this helped.
Have you looked at the side of the cable and made sure that the switch
is set correctly? you have to select either HDTV of AV I believe. If
that isn't the problem, try hooking it up through a different input on
your television. I don't think it's your xbox because with any hardware failure, you would get the RRoD (red ring of death). I would definitely troubleshoot the TV. Try to hook up a regular DVD player in the input that your xbox is in and see if it works.
Maybe it's a bad video port on your TV. Try hooking it up on another video port on the TV. I've had this same problem because the front video port on my TV was bad. I hooked it up in the back port of the TV and it worked.