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Xbox 360 won't start up

My Xbox won't start up at all and it's new. It won't register any cds, and cannot connect to the controllers. I just took it out of the box and it wouldn't work at all.

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  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2009

    I got myself a Xbox 360 and i put in the power lead, at first it was yellow then it turned red. and now it won't turn on. I havent got to play it and its broken

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Take it back to the shop for an exchange or ring microsoft repairs on 0800 5871102 and they will collect through ups and send it back to you fixed, i went through 5 in 1.5 years. Microsof offer a 3 year warranty on xbox 360s

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