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Check your AV cable and make sure it is properly set for the TV type you have. Standard TV, move switch to TV. Hi-def, move switch to other side. Also make sure you have the right video cable plugged in. Yellow for standard definition. Red, blue, and green for Hi-def.
If your using the hi-def cable(red blue green) check that its switched to either standard of hi-def. Also if your using the hi-def cable it wont work if u have the white head in the same time as red blue green! Hope it works for you!
are you on a standard def or HD tvs? b/c if you have the xbox set on high def, then you try to plug it into the standard def then you won't get a picture, but you will get sound. If you don't have a high def tv then go to a friends or someone you know's and plug it in to see if you get a picture.
Logically proceed one source at a time = disconnect all,
then hook-up one at a time or hook-up seperately.FYI, the
RF coax , composite and s-video inputs all share the same
circuitry, whereas component is a whole seperate video
processing circuit, with another difference between 480P and
1080 I . Sounds like you have a 1080 I problem, which might
be a little sister board..............................T.