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I have tried every thing that xbox support has recommended (clear xbox cache, give it ventilation and take out the hard drive) but this problem also happens on my demos, games I have downloaded and games on discs. I'm not sure if I should take apart the
console and I'm definitely not sending it for repairs. Any advise or tips anyone could give me?
I'm sorry to say that it sounds like you've done all the troubleshooting for this issue.It sounds like you need a repair.Now I would not advise you take apart the console as it will void the warranty,and even if its out of warranty you can then never even
pay to get the console fixed.I would'nt advise going through support for the repaire as it's actually cheaper to set it up yourself online at myservice.xbox.com
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