Hi there. I have been having the same problem. Have been told that the battery must have died. Am in the process of getting a replacement one and hope it solves the problem. Mine has been showing the green light, but as soon as you take it off the cradle it goes off. Hope this helps.
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Sounds like you need to send it in for repair. I had sent my console to VideoGame911.com and they repaired mine at a great cost and got it back at the end of the week. Give them a try, they are cheaper than a manufacturer. Good luck!
Your xbox 360 may not actually be on if there's no green light and your controller won't connect. If pressing the power button doesn't turn on the console/green light doesn't come on then your motherboard may be bad.
The flashing lights on the outside of the green power button are the status lights for any connected controllers. Just turn on one of your wireless controllers and the green status lights should come on. If you turn on a controller and it doesn't automatically connect, press the connect button the top of the controller and front of the Xbox at the same time. This should connect the controller.
The red light on amplifier relates to power supply while the green light is indication of sound functionality. An amplifier that allows sound to generate should display both red and green lights. Howeever, some amplifiers would display only green as long as the sound is functioning.
Solving the problem
First, a red light still on means the power connections to the amplifier is fucntional least requirng repairs.
Second, the green ligh should turn on once the stereo were tuned up to produce sound. If the stereo is still on only least produce sound on the amplifier, check on the connection wires between stereo to amplifier that may have disconnected due to woofing or dubbing sound generals with unfirm wiring.
your power supply must be exact and both power connections to the motherboard must be connected. the green light will come on if voltage is supplied but will turn on a low voltage alarm which is a buzzing sound. or it just wont do anything
It occurs when your wii in the Standby, but WiiConnect24 is enabled with Standby Connection is enabled. the content
can also be received when the Wii is left in standby mode.
WiiConnect24 can be turned on or off via the setup setting. While the console is in standby, the power LED indicates the current
status of the standby connection,
Red indicating Standby - wiiConnect is
Yellow indicating Standby - Connect mode is on. If you hold the power button for 3-4 seconds, the
Wii goes into standby mode with Standby Connect off. and WiiConnect24 will not operate until
the console is turned on.
If you have no power to the console or the console itself is not powered on then the light will not turn green. In other words...until you can turn the power on to your xbox 360 the light will remain yellow. Check the connection to the back of your 360 it may have wiggled loose somehow. The instant that the power brick senses power making a complete cycle in your 360 your light will turn green. If the 360 fails to turn on when you push the power button or when you push the center button on your wireless controller or when you push the center button on a wired or wireless controller that is connected physically to the 360 then I hope it is still under warranty. If not then you should contact someone about how to repair this issue. It may be that the power button is the only thing broken on this machine.
I had the same problem - green light on power cord but when plugged in the green light would go off and the hard drive would do nothing. I took it into Geek Squad finally and it turned out that the problem was hard drive casing, which I had to have replaced.