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No Video... When I turn the system on I only get some diagonal fuzzy lines. It worked fine the day before. I get sound and you can hear me going through menus and games read and load fine, I just can't see anything.

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Mine did the same thing! i think it is static build up in the tv! Ventilate the room turn tv and xbox 360 off. unplug everthing and make sure the vents are not covered on both the tv and xbox 360. mine has not played up since!

Posted on Jun 26, 2007

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Try and return it. It sounds like something is wrong with the cousel itself. Unless your tv is completely mess up. send it back. thanks connie

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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Sounds like a GPU problem to me. Time to get on the phone to Microsoft :(

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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