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Try this use some rubbing alcohol and needle Throw a lil bit of alcohol and gently move ur needle all the way around until u have worked it all in U might have some sticky grime in their and its preventing the button from extracting Here's another tip open up ur device WITH OUT POWER and inspecting it a lil bit more up close
Look around the accelerator cable for like a little twisty knob thing that controls the throttle and turn it up a little bit. Basically opens the cabs up and lets a lil more fuel in making the rpm a lil higher and should prevent it from stalling. As for the hard to start problem, Try usung the choke a bit and if that fails give it some gass(if the throttle has been opend and closes when off it may be flooded or try replacing the starter motor and battery.
That means that its overheating! Microsoft has offered an extended warenty on these types of situations, call them and they should service the issue for you. in the mean time, try removing anything from the sides of the 360 and make sure that it has lots of room to breath. also take a cloth and wipe off all the dust from the unit, as that can help quite a bit.
its the electronic belt that connect the screen to the keyboard is might be cutted or got a lil bit moved from its original place disassemble the phone and see what can u do about that if its cutted buy a new one and solder it its edasy u can