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this is an overheating issue or so your xbox360 thinks, the problem is actually a bad ramchip that will have a cold solder (or a bridged solder joint)
you will need to reflow the ram chips to fix this issue.
there is a
great 6part video guide on YouTube to view for free. 6 videos from the same
fellow, each video is a few mins long, and goes over everything for you.
http://www.youtube.com/user/ohiocitysales#p/uand its free unlike some eBook site. I actually
used the same method to fix over 450 Xbox360 units with no problems at all,
barring a few (but i have done nearly 500 so you expect a few problems along
the way), you just need a few things though like a heat gun and some thermal
paste. sounds hard, but it's very easy once you start! Hope this
helps in some way. the videos are more about the 3 red light error, but the fix is pretty much the same.
When the temperature of the power supply is too high
if you have the console plugged into an extension lead try plugging directly into the wall, but 1st, turn off your console and leave power plugged in to allow fans to continue cooling the system.. after fans switch off, carefully plug out power cord and allow cord and console to cool in a well ventilated area for 24 hours. if its still red you may need to replace your power cord as it may have overheated