MOISTURE

my room gets damp like everyday. and  moisture as well. i was just wondering  if moisture  can destroy an xbox 360 slim ?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 278 Applies to:

Depends on the level of moisture. A non-visible, high humidity type day certainly wont bother your console for two reasons. One, it's protected by the outer plastic shell, and two the internals are running at temperatures that would evaporate most fine moisture anyways.

Although, if it's visible mist like moisture we're talking about then yes I would move your console. Visible water particles could really mess with the electrical internals.  

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there  is no where  else  i can put this. also my xbox  does get  dust on top of console as well

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Dust isn't usually too much of a problem, can be solved with a quick wipe down and also by blowing into the vents every now and again yourself or with an appropriate air blaster. Are you able to remove the moisture by opening a window or something, only thing I can think of.

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Purchase a de-humidifier this will get the moisture out of the air.

Moisture is also not good for most houses as it will cause Mold and that will cause serious health problems.

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de-humidifier are expensive over  here to run :/ and my mum wont let me use it.

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de-humidifier are expensive over  here to run :/ and my mum wont let me use it.

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Tell her it is either that or a bunch of expensive hospital bills when you get sick from the eventual mold/mildew issue that could arise from the excessive moisture. Just an FYI, many of those issues are fatal.

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I run one in my basement 24/7/365 - but I guess they could..

Other option is figure out where the moisture is coming from, dry it up, clean it up, and seal it.

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