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Will not turn on ps is good

Will not turn on power supply is good

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Are you using a plug and play kit, if so disconnect the cable and try again.
If that does'nt work have a look inside the usb ports to the right of the console under the big flap,look for damage or bent pins, this will short out your console so it won't turn on, just make sure non are touching.
If thats not the fault iy may be a resister fault, you would be best to book a repair with a pro repair center.
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If the power supply is good and the 360 won't turn on then try another working outlet. If that doesn't work then the main board in the 360 is bad.


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