After 7 long years it finally happened

1 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:33 ID: owofza
After 7 long years it finally happened
2 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:41 ID: h7h80nj

Wow. Never seen the E Series model run into the RROD

Do you know what the cause is? Ring pattern should tell you. Maybe a good re-pasting of the APU could fix it?

ID: h7hjh44

The S and E don’t have RRODs, just a red light, mine just needed to be dusted

3 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:06 ID: h7hbdcz

o7 I salute a fallen soldier

4 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:35 ID: h7h7ayl

Now wrap it in a towel and a bunch of blankets and turn it on. Let it overheat and fix itself.

ID: h7h9f04

if that doesnt work-- take off the shell, put it in the oven at 250 for 20 minutes.

if that doesn't work take it apart and put pennies on the heat sync

if that doesn't work... I dunno-- try the oven again.


ID: h7h9rvg

I actually fixed my own 360 back in the day by causing it to overheat with blankets. It only lasted another month or so but thats one more month that I didn't have to shell out money for a new one.

ID: h7hd39h

LMFAO!! I did the penny crap! So bad.

5 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:53 ID: h7hhj1c


6 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:43 ID: h7h8e62

I haven’t seen this in many moons

7 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:50 ID: h7h9bcp

I’m sorry for your loss

8 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:02 ID: h7hawsk
9 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:35 ID: h7h79dd

Just hit it with a hammer, that usually seems to fix the red ring.

10 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:37 ID: h7h7i6h

This is sad

11 : Anonymous2021/08/02 21:45 ID: h7h8jwq

Oh man sorry for that. My original ps3 just got the BLoD. I know the feeling.

12 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:13 ID: h7hcbnf

Pull it apart like others have said. Give it a good cleaning, wrap it and bake..

13 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:14 ID: h7hci2y

I got a Xbox 360 last year and I wanted the S and so far no problems.

14 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:24 ID: h7hdub4

Meanwhile my 360 is still chugging along

15 : Anonymous2021/08/02 22:34 ID: h7hf5jd

At least she died playing a great game

16 : Anonymous2021/08/02 23:07 ID: h7hjdab

You can fix that issue pretty easily.

17 : Anonymous2021/08/02 23:09 ID: h7hjku2

Before you do anything else, get a can of compressed air and spray it in the vents, it’s fixed mine 4 times over the past 9 years

18 : Anonymous2021/08/02 23:16 ID: h7hkh8c

Is that the Xbox 360 E?

19 : Anonymous2021/08/02 23:19 ID: h7hksq4

F in the chat

20 : Anonymous2021/08/02 23:46 ID: h7ho7w9

My died in the last day of 2020...quite has the E82 error


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