Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
This is a similar fault to he dreaded 3rrod, the mainboard warps with the heat generated whilst playing the console and it cracks the lead free solder. what you need to do is something called a reflow, strip down the machine and get the mainboard itself. either use a hot air gun (paint stripper) or something called a reflow station (what i use). you then need to go over every part of the mainboard with the heat for about 5 mins each side paying particular attention to the part of the board near the a/v output. look for something called the ANA chip and put the heat onto this in a circular motion for 20 seconds.
reflow also the gpu and lan areas and you should see some improvement.
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Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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