Saturday, December 15, 2007

Xbox 360 3 Red Light Repair - Do it Yourself!

Well, Christmas is on the way. And if your Christmas budget is like mine, you're probably not expecting a brand spanking new XBox 360 waiting for you under the tree. If you're trusty X360 is still running great, good for you and keep your fingers crossed. If you've had the infamous XBox 360 3 Red Lights problem, then you're probably interested in a fast, low-cost 3 Red Lights fix. Good news. It's available, and it works.

I've reviewed the top 4 products on the market for the XBox 360 3 Red Lights Repair. They all have some good points, but there is one that I feel stands out from the crowd. I repaired 2 units yesterday using the exact same methods outlined in this simple 3 Red Lights repair do-it-yourself manual. If you're comfortable using some simple tools, the fix will be a breeze. Just follow the steps exactly and you'll be back up and running in about an hour.

Just a brief re-cap (I've covered most of this is previous posts). The XBox 360 3 Red Lights problem (aka X360 Red Ring of Death) is caused by a cooling problem. The X360 is, among other things, a very powerful computer. It is designed to do one thing very, very well, that is process graphics that give you a realistic view of the action on your screen. Those graphics take loads of processing power. And all those calculations mean the chips inside your XBox 360 are running pretty much full tilt all the time. That produces a tremendous amount of heat. To give you an idea of just how much heat a "balls to the wall" computer can produce, consider the supercomputers of the world. These are the massively powerful number crunches used by the military, NASA, the CIA, and large corporations. These computer come with powerful cooling units, like air conditioners, to keep the chip's temperature in a safe operating range.

The Xbox's heat generation isn't the real problem though, It's the lack of sufficient cooling that is the problem. And that's what the do-it-yourself guides deal with. The fix they take you through is permanent and works just about all the time. Statistics show that only about 6% of Xbox's can't be fixed at home, so your chances are very good that you'll get it fixed.

Check out my XBox 360 3 Red Lights repair guide reviews and see if this route is for you. All of the guides have refund policies, so you're not risking anything.

Good Luck!


chery said...

I got the same problem in my Xbox and I had given it to shop for repair. I got it back after almost a month. After that I have learned some basic techniques and now I can repair some normal problem easily at home.

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prolix said...

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