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Flashing re light

There is a red light flashing around the power light. The console won't do anything and won't light up on the t.v. screen.

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TT Couple of issues here Heating or optical Either way here is a you tube step by step on how to fix this along with a microsoft basic starter link on this issue. Should solve this issue http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjFKFkiQmvg http://editorials.teamxbox.com/xbox/1651/The-Red-Ring-of-Death/p1/ Hope it helps :0)

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