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Xbox 360 when playing 360 the picture went blue and green all over. I turned it off and when \i turned it back on there was sound but no picture.

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Check the hdtv/tv switch on the xbox side of your AV cable if no try the towel trick toss a towel over it for an hour while it is on then turn in off let cool for 20 min then try again

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