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Does not recognize anything in DVD drive. Game or CD, nothing. No error messages. Fan is not running.

Xbox 360 born date 9/07. Arcade edition but added 20gig harddrive. Unit was working perfectly, turned it off for the night. Next morning put a movie in to watch and I could hear the DVD drive spin but did not load movie. Put a game in and it did not play or recognize the disc. No error messages or anything. Just acts like you don't have anything in the drive. Also noticed that I don't hear the loud fan running which is normally running. Any ideas? Thanks.

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Hi well first of all most xbox 360 come wid an extended waranty mine had 6 years due to the dreaded 3 red lights of death bst option is go to xb0x web site follow the instructions to register you console then phone the help line theyll arange to pick up the console an repair it to me sound like the mother boards nt wrking certain components ie fan rom drive hope this helps...

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