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I would be playing a game and the xbox would shut off. Two red lights would flash and it wouldn't operate. Whats going on?

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Your Xbox is overheating. Poor ventilation inside and/or outside of the case can cause this. If you're out of warranty, open it up & take a can of air to it.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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When the xbox 360 is up straight the 2 red lights on the buttom side light up. nothing plays. and is not over heating. whats wrong?


actually the two red flashing lights means your xbox is overheating you must be blocking a vent or something when it is upright

Sep 18, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My bottom right light on my xbox 360 is flashing red!!!


take a look at this website, see if it helps.

It makes all the errors clarified. i found out that my disc drive crapped out and that its overheating because of it, I have two red lights on my left.

www.xbox-scene.com

Sep 06, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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2 red lights


Your xbox is overheating.
1. Let your Xbox 360 console cool. You may have to wait several hours for your console to cool enough. Don't turn on your Xbox 360 console when the console is hot. 2. Verify that your Xbox 360 console has enough ventilation and that the fans are operating. 3. If the two lights continue to flash after trying the above steps, you'll need to contact Xbox Customer Support.

Jul 13, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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2 red lights


This problem may occur when the Xbox console is too hot or is overheating. The flashing lights mean that the internal temperature of your Xbox 360 console has exceeded acceptable temperature limits. Let your Xbox 360 console cool. You may have to wait several hours for your Xbox 360 console to cool enough. Don't turn on your Xbox 360 console when the console is hot.Verify that your Xbox 360 console has enough ventilation and that the fans are operating. If the two lights continue to flash red after you try steps 1 and 2, contact Xbox Customer Support.

Microsoft can be contacted by finding the number listed on the back of your video game booklets.

Good Luck to you and Happy Gaming.
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907533

Oct 17, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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2 light flashing red lights once game is on for 5-10 min.


your xbox is overheating put it in an open area and let it cool overnight i might even suggest the nyko intercooler ex

Sep 26, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Flashing 3 red lights


The 3 flashing lights suggests that it's a hardware problem and you'll have to send your 360 to Microsoft for repair. Go on xbox.com and there is a link for repairs.

May 26, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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