Sounds like there is something wrong with the Xbox 360 power supply,
try unplugging the Xbox 360 power supply from the console and unplug
the power cord from the wall outlet also unplug the Xbox 360 power
supply from the power cord. Give it a minute then reconnect it all
back, also try it on another wall outlet without any extension cord at
If it's still red that suggests fault with your
Xbox 360 power supply so will need to contact Xbox 360 customer support if its under warranty they should be able to sort it out for you. If out of warranty it might cost you for a new power supply!
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aaaa more info your new plug should be marked as to what to connect to , DONT drive your self insane do one wire at a time and with a test light im guessing this is a rv flat spaded plug as i said start with one thing at a time turn on just running lights not headlights running lights that will put power in on wire only and that you want to connect to your plug running lites next shut off lights ,turn on a signal light signals will be a blinking light only on one wire.
You have a 3 wire in-wall timer. Colors red black white
You are replacing single pole switch that has 2 wires (plus ground, we'll ignore ground for now)
So switch has 2 wires: 1 switch wire goes to Load/lights > this wire connects to timer red wire 1 switch wire is Hot from breaker > this wire connects to timer black wire When finished, if lights do not turn on, then reverse red and black wires.
Timer white wire powers clock inside timer. To complete circuit to clock, white wire is connected to neutral wires. Located in back of electric box are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. These wires are neutral, connect timer white wire to these wires.
If box does not have neutral wires described above, connect timer white to bare ground wire. Add a comment any time
I had the same problem. Red light would be on for a second, then nothing. This sounds like the dumbest, most obvious thing, but I started playing with the connections. Assumed it was the two contacts inside the box not touching, but that wasn't it. Finally wiggled the charger plug that goes into the hole in the box, and when I pushed it in really hard, tada, the red light went on and stayed. I still have to jam the plug in for it to work, but it charges the headset fine now. Must be a design flaw. If your unit is still under warranty, you might try to get a new charger with a better plug fit, if your problem is similar to mine.
I had the same exact thing happen. The only thing to do is call 18004myxbox and have it sent out for repair. Ask to speak with a manager though, because they can usually give you a better price than the initial guy. If it's still under warranty though it won't cost anything. So weird that this happened to me playing the same game. Just got mine back yesterday.