Question about Lands Phones
I have 3 pais of warhead headsets and another base. Swapping them out doesn't help. Eventually the same thing happens.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: xbox 360 overheats on startup
there could be hardware problems! mine never gave the two lights when it started it but when playing certain games it overheated and thats whats happening.. i got upset and opened mine up[ voids warrenty for three red lights] and added a 3 inch fan with a 12 v converter for its on power. i set it in on the heat sink and the bottom right corner of the xbox..
so i think you should get a powerful 3inch by 3inch fan with its on power supply and set ur xbox so you can point the fan at the bottom of the xbox! this will help! dont open ur xbox just set a powerful fan[ radio shack, walmart, hardware store] and let it cool the bottom of ur xbox!!!!!!!!
1. 12 v dc brushless fan
1. 12 volt ac power adapter that hooks up to the wall and the fan for a Direct Current!
thats it may cost over 20 and walmart is cheap and a little less quality
but as long as air pushing on the bottom of ur xbox is moving fast[ dont put the fan to close] so heat is transfered ur good
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Its faulty. Take it back to where you brought it from and exchange it for a new one.
If you have any problem with this start shouting very loud in the shop about how rubbish they are and how they sell faulty goods. This always works for me as they want me to go quickly and give me an exchange straight away. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
Your power brick might be faulty. Unplug everything, wait 10 minutes and then plug it all back in. You can also try connecting your X1's USB jack to a nearby PC or laptop to see if that helps. As a last solution, you could just get a USB power adapter like Turtle Beach sells for the X1:
This will let you plug in your X1's power directly to an electrical outlet.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
You probably need a new talkback cable. They are purchasable on the turtle beach website or contact their support about a replacement.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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