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It may have one of two problems. If it has an internal battery and it goes flat it will send an alarm then shut down. Secondly it may have an internal fan that has stopped working and as such it shuts down to protect itself.
Two possibility , first the 1of the heat sinks may have lost it's thermal seal to the chips ie G.P.U. or C.P.U. this is more common when consoles are played vertically . Second but less common the G.P.U. temp feed connection has become intermittent and tripping a thermal shut down.
Remove heat sinks for G.P.U. and the C.P.U clean off the old heat sink compound and replace with new ( articsilver 5 ).
If the console still over heats ( two red lights) then the G.P.U C.P.U will need to be re-flowed back to the board that normally corrects the problem in 90% of over heating problems.
hey nickman 1234 i understand your issue my best advice to you is to call the manfuctor and tell them they have you mail it back so it can be fixed and they might send out a different one to you for meantime or call the store that you got it from and explain to them more because from the way its sounds its going to end up scratching your games ok man
with te video problem it might be that u have a pal 50 tv and u have the video on the 360 on pal 60. It used to do it to my tv until my friend told me what to do and the video works fine now.