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The good news is that the red cable is one of the audio channels. Your tv is mono and will work fine without the red cable. You need to hit the input button on your remote or your tv. You can also try hitting the channel down button. Once you get past channel 2 or 3, it should go to the inputs. I hope this helps.
Here are the things you can do to solve the problem.
1. On the front of the controller and the system there is a little button you can press that can connect to each other for you to play.
2. Make sure that the batteries are properly placed inside the battery pack under the controller.
3. Make sure the batteries are not dead.
I know this is not much but I hope this information helps you.
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
Connect the 360 and wii to the tv. Then connect the tv to the 321 using analog coaxials (red/white) or digital optical through the tv's audio out ports in the back. Then set the 321 to TV and you should be all set. Sound may not be quite as dynamic as if you went straight from the gaming systems to the 321, but should still work well.
This exact thing is happening to not only me but to also a friend of mine. You will probably notice that the fan kicks on really high and then goes to 2 flashing red lights, this is because the 360 is overheating or thinks its overheating. My friend's 360 starts up with the fan kicked on high and then only plays for a minute or 2, followed by the 2 red lights. If its under warranty send it back to Microsoft, I took mine and my friends 360 apart and replaced the thermal paste with arctic silver, but it kind of only helped a little for mine and not at all for my friends. SEND IT BACK!!!!!!