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Having a crazy issue I’ve made over 100+ Rgh console never had this problem I dump my nand write ecc for a jasper install my cool runner on the first Xbox the chip blinks green one time then solid red... so I checked wires they looked great ...so I flashed nand then got 0022 error ... so I tried new jasper board ...new cool runner ...same thing so I actually tried another cool runner and another Xbox lol same thing 3 consoles 3 0022 error could the cool runner be rrod my consoles or what the seconds console I actually solder all wires connect to the chip and on the board (didn’t connect 3v3 ) it booted up fine so then I created ecc connected 3v3 then the chip blinks green once then guess what solid red
 
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Sure you choose correct glitch type for nand? Correct nand?
 
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still rrod after flashing back to stock?
 
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Ok well did you remove 3v3 from the chip? Besides that remove one wire at a time with stock nand and see if it boots .

Did you use the same chip on all 3 consoles ?

I've helped some people b4 where we basically confirmed that there cheap soldering iron was frying cpus on phats . Went as far as to test voltage making it to the soldering tip !
 
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Ok well did you remove 3v3 from the chip? Besides that remove one wire at a time with stock nand and see if it boots .

Did you use the same chip on all 3 consoles ?

I've helped some people b4 where we basically confirmed that there cheap soldering iron was frying cpus on phats . Went as far as to test voltage making it to the soldering tip !
Used 6 different chips
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Ok well did you remove 3v3 from the chip? Besides that remove one wire at a time with stock nand and see if it boots .

Did you use the same chip on all 3 consoles ?

I've helped some people b4 where we basically confirmed that there cheap soldering iron was frying cpus on phats . Went as far as to test voltage making it to the soldering tip !
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I just bought a new. Iron paid $49 for its funny you say that because I just tired a falcon hooked up nand wires then rrod... I done 5 slim Rgh today tho no problems so how can I test it to seeif it’s my iron
 
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Using a voltmeter CAREFULLY test for AC voltage across an energized soldering iron tip and the ground from outlet. As far as the cheap irons go a grounded iron (3 prongs) removes this risk
https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-RadioS...684122?hash=item3b42141a1a:g:F2AAAOSwoqFeRcXJ

But better off just getting one with a separate power supply. (like a hakko fx888d or something)
Oh now **** this power brick is built into the system
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Oh now **** this power brick is built into the system
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07Z3PLKMJ/ref=ya_aw_oh_bia_dp?ie=UTF8&psc=1

This is the one i have and it’s funny you say that I been using a $20 i bought lasted a year finally broke so I bought the one in the link and next thing you know I touch a phat ....rrod
 
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