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I'm not getting any power... we had a power bump and it hasn't worked since.

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When the power bump happened the xbox360 might blew a fuse. i would send it to microsoft. they could easily replace the fuse. it would be cheaper then buying a new one.

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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    you blew a fuse. send it to microsoft.

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