Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
There has been a lot of reports about how the "The New Xbox Experience" update causes errors to appear. If your console has already gotten to the "3-red flashing lights" stage, the best option would be to send it in. Seeing on how you bought your console on Dec. 2006, the three year warranty is probably expired, but call just in case. If not the repair will cost $100 I think. One other option that will not void your warranty is the "Towel Trick". This is where you wrap your xbox in a towel, turn it on, and then let it run for about 30 mins. Afterwards, let it cool down and then boot it up. I don't recommend this as it overheats the entire console and not just the problem you are trying to fix. But if your warranty is up, why not? Just don't tell support that you did it. :)
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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