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Check ALL your electronic equipment. Then contact your insurance company and tell them to open a claim, while you are talking to them see if they will pay for an electrician to come out and check the wiring in the house. If you only rent, they wont but you should have everything checked. As far as the Xbox is concerned, lightning is destructive to all the components in unit. There is nothing that you can do short of sending it in for a replacement unit.
this is a power circuit board failure. you may have several capacitors that are blown on this unit. This , unfortunately, this is not a do it yourself and you will need to a qualified Microsoft tech for this repair.