It's a problem with the hardware. It's sad because most people cannot fix these from home. To avoid destroying your system, I recommend you take it back to the retailer and get it refurbished. If you're warranty is still active.
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Your problem is in the TV. I'm not familiar with your TV, but you should look for an option to turn it to normal or to try and scan for channels with xbox plugged in and running. I'm pretty sure that if you get HDMI cable, your problem should be solved.
make sure you have the wires hooked up properly, once you verify that then reseat the wires on both ends so make sure you reseat the wires on the tv and also on the 360. If that doesn't work then try another set of A/V wires.
If after that you can't get video then there is something wrong with the main board.
this happens a lot. what happend is the red white and yellow wires that you put in the back of your tv. the red one is not in the right area or
there is a switch right were you plug in that cable with the red whit and yellow cables to your xbox that says hd or normal switch that to whatever your tv is
it might bea problem with your actual video cord that plugs into the tv.... umm my xbox has a lot of issues too but ive never had this. id suggest you let it say off for a while and try somebody elses cords that connect the xbox to the tv to see if its an issue with your xbox or if its with your cords. ill also suggest you call microsoft and they can troubleshoot...
This happened to my first 360, and in my case, it was a hardware failure. You can call Microsoft and hope your warranty is still good, and they'll fix it free of charge, but if its not, then you have to pay a fee.