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xboxredringer

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Defective Xbox 360 ?
« Reply #105 on: May 28, 2011, 03:45:40 PM »


so easy to fix. i just created a log in so i can help ppl repair them with out spending a whole lot of money.  red rings..... very simple to repair. cant share all my secrets but i do repair them wink.gif pm me for info




Edited by xboxredringer, 28 May 2011 - 11:47 PM.


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danthaman673

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Defective Xbox 360 ?
« Reply #106 on: November 26, 2011, 12:36:32 AM »


Hi there ppl, I was wondering if any other repairers out there might have figured-out a means of getting secondary codes from JTAG boxes? It appears that the Xell-eject boot seems to interfere with the system's catching of the error codes. If there are any other repairers out there that know of a way then pls share.


Brgds/Dan

PS: It's funny how half this forum is filled with ppl wondering why their 'x-clamp kit' (and other dodgy 'fixes') don't work. If you need it done properly, you should either get someone 'proper' to do it or learn how to do it properly (which will end-up taking-up years of ur life and cost more than a 50$ reflow or an 100$ re-ball,(Not to mention the cost of the correct tools and chemicals etc.. that's in the 1000's) but judging by this forum and the ppl we get coming to us to fix their botched 'fixes' done by them, a friend (usually following some insane Utube tut) or (becoming more common) backyard/incompetent repairers ...the demand for decent multi-layer SMT-rework/repair skills is strong




Edited by danthaman673, 26 November 2011 - 09:52 AM.


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