my xboxs burns cracks in my games

is there anyway i can help cool down my xbox or something cause its a kinect and i know they overhea easiert and i know thats one of the problems that cause it and so far its done this two my black ops twice and broke them after buying two in a row and it just got my modern warfare 2 and ive been letting it cool down buy turning it off idk what to do could somebody help

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

The only thing I can suggest is to send in a support ticket.

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Yeah...your Xbox is not burning anything in your discs.  Something is wrong with you disc drive itself, which requires a $100 repair.

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The repair only costs money when the console is out of warranty

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Wow Not a single period in that entire paragraph. The kinect is an accessory that attached to your console so I don't see how that would cause your console to heat up any faster than it normally would. If your discs are cracking it may be due to how you are removing them from the game cases. If your discs are getting scratched then it may be due to your disc drives laser touching the game disc, which would require you to contact support and set up a repair. If it is still under warranty you should be fine, but if you are out of warranty it will cost you, as mentioned above.

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