9 times out of 10, your reading this post because…why? You guessed it and I’m psychic for writing this just as fast as your reading it, I just finished typing it up 2 minutes ago, right before you typed something into your search engine about how to fix your broken Xbox 360! Dam I’m good lol!

Anyways, you’re here for one reason only, because your freaked out, in a state of shock and going through severe Xbox 360 withdrawals (hey it might be good for you) but who am I to judge?

Hopefully you’ve already got a good idea with what’s wrong with it, if not, go find out and come back, because I can’t help you unless you give me symptoms.

Does your broken Xbox 360 have error code E74 with 1 red light flashing? Click here!

Does your broken Xbox 360 have 2 red lights flashing? Go here!

Does your broken Xbox 360 have error code E68? Click here!

3 Red Lights?....Huh hmmmm??? Does your broken Xbox 360 have 3 red lights flashing? Go here!

Is your Xbox 360 the baddest game console in the world with the coolest graphics and gives you a killer thrill rush when you play it? If so, you need to go to Xbox 360 counseling, you’re an addict, no I’m just kidding, the Xbox 360 is an awesome piece of equipment, but don’t let it get in the way of your responsibilities!

Ok, by using this site, you should be able to find a solution to fix that broken Xbox 360 of yours, just click around on different pages, or use one of the navigation buttons above, watch a few Xbox 360 repair videos, troubleshoot some questions and so on, but let me tell you right now, if you’ve got Xbox 360 problems and you want professional help, I’m not talking about these armature videos you find on YouTube.com of some kid wrapping his mothers favorite towel set around his Xbox 360 either, no, I’m talking about hooking up with the pro’s, the guys that know every single thing there is to know about the Xbox 360, inside & out.

Look, if you’re going to do any kind of work to your console, let someone show you all the way through & through, that’s been there and done that sort a speak and knows what the heck their doing, that way you can avoid watching some retard on a video you found browsing online, or even worse reading some article that looks like a 3rd grader wrote, trying to put all the pieces together they failed to mention, don’t take the chance, it’s just not worth it!

It’s bad enough the Xbox 360 has a weak design, so don’t take chances trying to fix it yourself, let someone that knows the ropes show you how.

If you’ve got questions or comments, please leave’em, if you want the professional Xbox 360 help I’m talking about, to get your Broken Xbox 360 back in gear, click the link, don’t be shy!

Talk with ya later!

  1. Anonymous December 4, 2008 at 7:50 AM  

    Instead of fixing your XBOX that looks like it has a manufacturer's defect...CONTACT THE BBB!! Apparently Microsoft doesn't get many complaints about overheating on the GO PRO systems...

    Peoeple need to report these issues!!!

  2. ben1215@hotmail.co.uk January 30, 2009 at 9:39 AM  

    Can somebody please help, when i press the sync and eject button I get the error code 020, what the hell is this??? I've never seen this one before

  3. Anonymous February 24, 2009 at 2:45 PM  

    My blog may be able to help you... http://xboxredlightrepair.blogspot.com/