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Woww i had the same problem..i was going to try the x-clamp fix but didnt have the tools at the moment..so my brother and i decide to try that towel fix..although it did sound retarded, but amazingly it worked..im in shock!!! wowww

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It only works for a temporary amount of time be sure to call microsoft repair services and see if your under warranty before EVER opening your console.

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