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I have been trying to found out for the past couple of days how to fix this also. Most of what I found on the internet said that basically youre screwed if you get this, I went ahead and did the x-clamp mod and replace the thermal paste. Worked perfect for me, until I put the case back together. e-74 showed back up. After I repeated the process of getting it to start working again and it quitting when I tried to put the casing back, I just decided to leave the casing off that way if you do get the e-74 message again its an easy fix. At that point Ive been disconnecting the fan until it gives me 2 overheating lights. Thats when I unplug it from the wall reconnect the fan and its works fine until I try to put the casing back on.
I like to tinker with this stuff and am by no means a electronic repair guy, but the x-clamp mod is easy to do and runs about $16 and a hr or so to do.
You can email me back if you want the links of any more info.
Hey there the way i fixed mine is you know you have the x-clamp right and when you take it out seems kind of loose... you get me. Well what i did was to add washers (#4 washers or #6 washers from home depot) just added them and wha-la. My 360 has been up and running like new. its so simple
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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