This morning, my daughter managed to get her foot caught in my 360's power chord. Before I could get her untangled, she ran and caused the system to fall from my entertainment center, breaking it. Attempted to initiate a PRP claim and the system told me I had an open claim already on file. I had to exchange the product once approximately a month after purchasing it because it was causing the games to freeze.
Am I only able to exchange a product once under this plan?
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It is an internal error. Most likely the gpu. I hear Microsoft extended there warranty for certain problems including the rrod or the e74 error. I believe this a precursor for one of those errors. So you should try your luck with Microsoft, they'll probably do it for free. if not i'd recommend you save up for another. 360s are pretty cheap now days, and coupled with the reasonable prices broken 360s go for on ebay. You could get a working one with little damage to your wallet. Also if you want to fix it just google it you should get plenty of repair services. Make sure you go with a reputable place/person.
P.S. You should give the 360 ventilation room(room around the 360 so it breaths in cool air not the air it blows out) since this problem was caused from long periods of heat in the xbox. Mabye buy an intercooler.
try unplugging and repluggin your wii back in several times. If that does not work, try removing the battery (while unplugged of course) and putting it back in. FINALLY, if that does not work, then unplug the Wii overnight and plug it back in in the morning.
if all that doesn't work the power supply (located in the power chord) or the power chord itself might be bad. Either call nintendo at this point or go buy a new chord
Had same problem, trying to register the 2 yr. service plan purchased at the same time I purchased the xbox 360. Called the 877-968-6391 service phone number, automated voice system gives you about 4 options to choose from. I did the option 1 trying to preregister the 2 yr. service plan, and it also indicated to go to the web site to register, but found no option to do so on the web site. Called back the same phone number, pressed option 3, then pressed option 4, was some how able to speak to a customer representative, who informed me that you don't have to preregister the 2 yr. service plan. She said you hang on to your receipt, your receipt should show the 2 yr. service plan number that you purchased, in the event that you have a problem with the product that you purchased, then you call the 800 service plan number shown on your receipt to get help for repairs on your purchased product. At least that's what I was told, and I hope that's the way it works, after you purchasing a service agreement for extra money!
According to CPU magazine, 360 refers to "`Xbox Full Circle`, as in, this product is the conclusion to a 10 year plan for Microsoft to dominate the living room via games" (CPU Magazine, August 2005 vol5 isssue8, pg 14)