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Wont turn on

Checked all cords. plugged into main electrical outlet. still nothing.. a disc is also in it... not even a year old yet.

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  • shaywayne Apr 09, 2009

    My console wont power on i dont even have the RROD. Power supply light is yellow until l plug into the console then it turns red

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Sounds like a power supply failure... before it stopped working was there a tiny "pop"... or a power outage. If there isn't the red flashing circle of death... the power supply is shot needs to be replaced it is still under warranty.

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