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You have your screws to tight or not the proper washers. Screws to tight=Three lights, loosen and it will go to 2 lights. then go from there.
Also you do not have to do away with the x claps, they do help with any warping. Instead use thin plastic washer on the top and the xclamp on the bottom as a washer and extra support when adding the new screws.
If this does not work and you still end up with 3 red lights, you have to reflow the board
DO NOT OVERHEAT with a towel or something stupid.
If your going to try a cheap method to re-flow you can preheat a oven to 205-220 and then set the motherboard only on the metal cover from the top of the 360.
Make sure to test your temp first, you want it about 217c but some ovens are stupid.
Make sure to place aluminum over the top to prevent direct heat but still retain the heat of the oven.
-After you place inside the oven/toaster oven use a turkey thermometer and stick it through the door and close it. When it reaches about 205 wait a minute, turn off the over and open the door. LEAVE IT there for about 30-45 minutes to completely cool.
+After you place inside the oven/toaster oven use a turkey thermometer and stick it through the door and close it. When it reaches about 205 wait a minute, turn off the oven and open the door. LEAVE IT there for about 30-45 minutes to completely cool.
It will take about 5 minutes to reach 205 on the thermometer if it doesn't just turn off after 5-8 minutes minutes. You wait any longer and you'll screw your whole board up.
Hope this helps you guys--GL

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Modifica di: John ,

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You have your screws to tight or not the proper washers. Screws to tight=Three lights, loosen and it will go to 2 lights. then go from there.
-Also you do not have to do away with the x claps, they do help with any warping. Instead use thin plastic washer on the top and the xclamp on the bottom as a washer and extra support when adding the new screws.
+Also you do not have to do away with the x claps, they do help with any warping. Instead use thin plastic washer on the top and the xclamp on the bottom as a washer and extra support when adding the new screws.
If this does not work and you still end up with 3 red lights, you have to reflow the board
-Hope this helps you. DO NOT OVERHEAT with a towel or something stupid.
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+DO NOT OVERHEAT with a towel or something stupid.
If your going to try a cheap method to re-flow you can preheat a oven to 205-220 and then set the motherboard only on the metal cover from the top of the 360.
+
Make sure to test your temp first, you want it about 217c but some ovens are stupid.
+
Make sure to place aluminum over the top to prevent direct heat but still retain the heat of the oven.
+
After you place inside the oven/toaster oven use a turkey thermometer and stick it through the door and close it. When it reaches about 205 wait a minute, turn off the over and open the door. LEAVE IT there for about 30-45 minutes to completely cool.
+
It will take about 5 minutes to reach 205 on the thermometer if it doesn't just turn off after 5-8 minutes minutes. You wait any longer and you'll screw your whole board up.
Hope this helps you guys--GL

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Modifica di: John ,

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You have your screws to tight or not the proper washers. Screws to tight=Three lights, loosen and it will go to 2 lights. then go from there.
-Also you do not have to do away with the x claps, they do help with any warping. Instead use thin plastic washer on the top and the xclamp on the bottom as a washer and extra support when adding the new screws. Hope this helps you.
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+Also you do not have to do away with the x claps, they do help with any warping. Instead use thin plastic washer on the top and the xclamp on the bottom as a washer and extra support when adding the new screws.
+
+If this does not work and you still end up with 3 red lights, you have to reflow the board
+Hope this helps you. DO NOT OVERHEAT with a towel or something stupid.
+
+If your going to try a cheap method to re-flow you can preheat a oven to 205-220 and then set the motherboard only on the metal cover from the top of the 360.
+Make sure to test your temp first, you want it about 217c but some ovens are stupid.
+Make sure to place aluminum over the top to prevent direct heat but still retain the heat of the oven.
+After you place inside the oven/toaster oven use a turkey thermometer and stick it through the door and close it. When it reaches about 205 wait a minute, turn off the over and open the door. LEAVE IT there for about 30-45 minutes to completely cool.
+It will take about 5 minutes to reach 205 on the thermometer if it doesn't just turn off after 5-8 minutes minutes. You wait any longer and you'll screw your whole board up.
+
+Hope this helps you guys--GL

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Modifica di: John ,

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You have your screws to tight or not the proper washers. Screws to tight=Three lights, loosen and it will go to 2 lights. then go from there.
+Also you do not have to do away with the x claps, they do help with any warping. Instead use thin plastic washer on the top and the xclamp on the bottom as a washer and extra support when adding the new screws. Hope this helps you.

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Post originale di: John ,

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You have your screws to tight or not the proper washers. Screws to tight=Three lights, loosen and it will go to 2 lights. then go from there.

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