Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Your Xbox 360 console is utilizing wireless connectivity for controllers through a radio frequency. Chances are the receiver for that frequency might be encountering some hardware failure for your console or for the controllers. You might want to try connecting your wireless controllers to a different console and see if it will work. If it does connect, maybe it is time for your Xbox 360 to give a little visit to the Microsoft Service Center.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Jesus do you know any other way to fix this problem? My sons Xbox was extremely dirty and got hot very quickly. I took it apart to clean it. I know that voids the warranty so I just want to do it myself. I am very good with electronics so I'm not worried but just not sure what I'm even looking for or how to fix the issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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