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My xbox 360 is blinking red lights, what can i do?

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Hello there, sorry to hear about this problem. This is unfortunately fairly common with the Xbox 360. Microsoft will fix this for free, at this point you will want to call Microsoft at 1-800-4-My-Xbox. Just give them a call and they will get you a new one!

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