Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
This could be either overheating or a problem with the scart cable. please try a different cable and also try a different scart slot on your tv. if it still does it then see below:
This is due to overheating and the mainboard warps, because of this the lead free solder cracks and causes exactly the problems you are describing. if the machine is quite an old one and this is a common fault, we can get the machine back to normal again for you for £40 which includes return delivery.
We reflow the mainboard which in turn re-seats all of the lead free solder recifying any problems. We add heat conducting pads to the memory chips and we totally replace the X-clamps because the design is a flawed one.
All of this is covered in the price.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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