Hey this is wat u do make sure it is in a open space by its self, make sure you have it lying down because of the major vent at the bottom (upwards)of the console, buy a attacheable fan from microsoft(do not!!!!! get any other brands only microsoft or face the consequence of red lights of death i got it but when i took it off it worked)place a fan in the room of the console to give it more air circulation(or open a window) if u start to notice the frame wait go down (u can see it by the line moving up and down mostly at the bottom corners) turn the console of your graphic card is overheated and overclocking,clean the console regulary with a tooth brush or benaster brush,turn your console off by the remote pushing the button puts pressure on the gpu dont ask me why just do it,and finally try to keep your machine cool put your hand at the back every now and then and when it feels hot give it a rest for 15mins i say every 1hour turn it off for 15 mins give it a rest it gives u entertainment at least u could keep it healthy
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I can't tell you exactly what the problem with your cord might be, but it almost definitely lies within the cord itself and not in your appliance. The best option is service for your product, or replacement. You could splice a working cord to your product, but this is a sketchy process that will likely involve future electrical hazards that I'm sure you'd like to avoid. Hope this helps!
If the light on the power brick stays orange after turning the console on it means the brick is not properly functioning. You can attempt to clean the power brick with a can of air. Also make sure it has ventilation and is not sitting on carpet. This can cause the power brick itself to overheat and cause issues with it and the console itself. Also make sure your 360 is not plugger into a surge suppressor as this can cause issue due to double protection.
If possible, test the power brick on a different console, and test the console on a different power brick. This will narrow down your problem area.
If by two rings you mean that only two of the four parts of the ring is red, then I can help you. The two rings means that the console is overheating and will not play games until you have cooled it down. Also try to put the console in a well spaced place, so that it may have enough cool air and you will never experience this problem again.
From my experience you only have to pay to get it repaired if you're out of the warranty. However, I don't believe you should have to pay regardless if the problem you get on your xbox360 is a problem caused by Microsoft's design. IE.. The overheating issue.
But, if your laser goes bad, DVD drive door isn't opening and things of that nature, it's not out of the question since alot of those problems could be caused by something the owner of the xbox has done.