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Elsa

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So have a 360 that once RROD'd and i managed to fix it, but i managed to fix it by stopping the fans and letting it overheat again... Which i think is only a temp fix

But the fans still speed up, meaning that it's still hot... Would taking it apart and leaving only the top part of the xbox exposed help with that?
 
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It should work since you're letting out more hot air. Also, I recommend not stopping the fans anymore to make it work. It may work temporarily, but in the long run you are destroying your console.
 
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It should work since you're letting out more hot air. Also, I recommend not stopping the fans anymore to make it work. It may work temporarily, but in the long run you are destroying your console.

I only did it once to get rid of the RROD which was like for 3 mins... Havent done it since
 
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Pull the heaksinks up and replace the thermal paste. Microsofts **** is exactly that. invest in some artic silver.
 
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Just have your Xbox repaired properly. Read the second spoiler in my sig.
 
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