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OMFG I NEED HELP WITH MY XBOX!?

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okay, so uhm. me and my friend were on live, and i kinda got excited when a british guy started talking and i accidentally knocked it over, well the game went off and i thought it unplugged but it didn’t. so i picked it back up and turned it back on and it had a red flashing light, realizing this was the red ring of death start i started crying. so we went on the site blah blah long story short, i wanna know if there is anyway to fix it yourself without sending it in or being killed by your parents cause.that’s whats gonna happen if i tell them PLEASE HELP ME D:

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  1. It is highly unlikely that you got the RROD from your 360 being knocked over. One thing that I would do is check the hard drive and make sure that it is connected properly. There is a chance that it’s not and that will cause flashing red lights.

  2. Ummm you could try but its REALLY not recommended because it will void your warranties and there is a high chance of you not being able to close the xbox back up again. So I’m sorry to tell you that you should send it in if you want it fixed. If your xbox is new enough I think they fix it for free but im not positive.

  3. Unfortunately, there is no way that you can fix your Xbox yourself. Although I realize that the thought of having to tell your parents can be daunting, it is, unfortunately, your only option. I do suggest trying it a few more times, but if it still doesn’t work you may need to send it in. It could take up to three weeks to fix when sending it in to Microsoft, and they will let you know where your console is and what is happening to it (whether it can be repaired or is being replaced). Hopefully everything goes well, though, with you and your parents. 🙂

  4. Red rings of death are three rings. Yours is probably a minor problem. When you turn on the xbox there will be a number. In ex. E75. Look up what your problem using your number with google and there will be a solution to fixing it.

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