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I'm currently working on a repair with a problem that I have not seen before. This console (despite correct Xclamp replacement) continues to act like it is over heating. 0011, 0011, 0011.... I got it to boot but that was without bolts on the heatsink... Just thermal paste. That is how I test all of my repairs. I put it back together and it gives me this s***... I have a hundred or so and this is a first. The fix is good, trust me. Does it need a reflow? Or the temp sensor trace cut? I don't like the last option.What do you guys think?
 
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Make sure your X Clamps are tight enough or not too tight. I got this error after the X-Clamp replacement because I didn't have them tightened enough
 
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Did you simply put the x-clamps back on, or apply a replacement x-clamp fix?
 
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Did you simply put the x-clamps back on, or apply a replacement x-clamp fix?

No, I always replace them with bolts and washers (m5). I have done over a hundred repairs at this point. This is the first time I have seen this. Does it need to be re-flowed like a 0013 sometimes has to?
 
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