Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Have you tried a different A/V cable? If you have and still get the same problem it is a 90% chance it is the scaler chip. You can try to fix it yourself but unless you are EXTREMELY good at electronic soldering I would not recommend you try to fix it yourself. If it is still under warranty send it back to xbox and they will change it for you with a new scaler chip that has a heatsink built onto it. If you are out of warranty and can not do it yourself I would take it to a game store and they usually can fix it for you for probably around 70-80 dollars (I would not pay more than that because it is about a 30-40 minute job).
Posted on May 11, 2008
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