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Make sure you are using the right cables and that if you have the HD cable you have set the switch to the correct setting.
If you are using the composite cable (red white yellow) try plugging it into a different port if the TV has it. If you are using component (red green blue) make sure the switch is set to HD.
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Try different AV ports on the TV, if it doesn't work press the right trigger + Y, right after the console starts (this will reset the resolution of the console output) I'm assuming you are using the same cable that worked with another TV, so neither the cable is broken, neither the Xbox. It can only be an output format problem, bad configured or a faulty TV.
Yeah sounds like it to me. Does the PS3 look like its working normal from the unit (green light), just that TV does nothing?
After trying to reset the output with no luck then it makes you think that its the PS3 version of the xbox360 audio no video fault.
at this point its a good idea to try and reflow the board (if your out of warranty), I have fixed this problem on about 6 PS3 units for the same reason.
http://www.youtube.com/user/ohiocitysales#p/u This is a good reflow guide from youtube, 6part videos and the guy knows what hes doing. Hope this helps.