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Xbox 360 Repair Kit - X-Clamp Hardware Replacement


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  • Repair your broken Xbox 360 Console at home in under 1 hour.
  • Easy to follow instructions.
  • Hardware is custom manufactured to fit your Xbox 360 console perfectly
  • Permanent fix for your "Three Red Rings of Death"
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Product Description

If your Xbox 360 console has stopped working, then this is the product you need! Included with the price you will receive the following: 8 Thin Head Screws 16 Black Nylon Washers 16 Lock Tight Metal Washers With the above materials, you will be able to fix your Xbox 360 consoles in under 1 hour. No experience is required to repair your console. Step by step instructions are included along with 24x7 support.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00130AIQM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

This kit worked great for me.
Goober
All you need to fix the Red ring of death, you need the thermal compound also!!
B. J. Klein
Instructions were easy to follow and I loved the help section at the end.
Stokjock

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Chutzpuh on August 24, 2010
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First off, you are getting nothing but a handful of bolts, washers and a little packet of thermal paste here. It can be easily duplicated by a trip to the hardware store, but in the end having everything handed to you is much easier. Second, if you are under warranty, CALL MICROSOFT FIRST. Honestly, I have known people to buy dead boxes off craigslist that were still under warranty. As long as it has not been opened already, try.

My friend gave be his dead 360 with little explanation as to what he did to the thing (turns out he attempted a towel fix as well as what looked like a blow from a hammer). First it was giving me the 3 lights as well as an unknown error code. I was not hopeful about my odds of fixing this.

This fix was rather easy, I have had a bit of experience of taking these things apart which is the more complex issue here. All that is required is a flathead screwdriver and some torx bits (sizes 8 and 10). Pulling off the X-clamps requires patience and a bit more force than I liked. I used pliers on mine.

I recommend putting tape on the heads of the screws to hold them into the back of the board (makes things much easier for people who only have two hands). I also had some Arctic Silver thermal paste, so I did not use what came in the box.

One note on the bake-in cycle, if you get 2 lights instantly you must tighten the bolts slightly. When you have 2 lights, the console turns everything off and stops generating heat. Let it run with 3 lights for a bit and wait for that to turn into 2 lights.

The initial bake did not work for me, and from what I have read on the forums, it does not work with many people. This is because the problem is usually due to a GPU solder issue which does not heat enough when the CPU overheats.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By iix on January 10, 2010
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I have a "tampered" Xbox 360 (or two) according to Microsoft. That's fine, I got to leave the CS agent a piece of my mind when she informed of this, so I had a little fun with the news. I decided to purchase a kit to repair it myself rather than trying to track down the hardware needed from a Lowe's or Home Depot on my own. I figure at $5 convenience alone made it worth it. However, I have a buddy who also has a "tampered" 360, who did not get a kit. We got together tonight and decided to tackle our two RRoD boxes. We took a washer and a screw to Lowe's and tried our best to replicate what is in this kit. We actually had pretty good luck. We found the nylon washers first, a little different but pretty close to what's supplied. Next we found the screws. We were only able to locate flat or hex head but either one would have worked fine, we went with the flat (Phillips style is supplied in the this kit). The threads were perfect and the length was exact. We did have a hard time finding metal washers. We found where they would be in the drawer but their compartment was empty. We settled on a little larger washer that caused some trouble but we were able to work around. The total costs of his supplies for the job was about $8 while gathering everything from Lowe's. He got just the amount of nylon washers and screws but had to settle on a 100 pack of metal washers. Further proof the price is right for this kit as it cut out a lot of the tracking down hardware headaches. We also had a tube of Arctic Silver 5 and the ArctiClean two part cleaner. The Arctic Silver is essential to the job, don't use the white paste they send you. Spend a few extra bucks and get the best if you're going through all this trouble. We did the work at the same time very slowly and methodically.Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By raztaztwo on December 21, 2009
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I was a bit skeptical as to whether or not this kit would work. It shipped pretty quickly and I was able to repair my xbox 360 in about 2 hours. I am sure some people can do it quicker, but I was watching youtube tutorials as I did it to make sure I did everything correctly. I decided it was worth a shot trying to fix it since I technically had a new paperweight either way! The pdf link is good, because the kit used at other places is a bit different, so you will have to refer to both. Overall I was super impressed that this worked out and for under $10 it cannot be beat. So I guess, I am now $140 richer since I did not have to send my xbox off to Microsoft! It also came with the heat paste, which is not shown in the picture. The xbox 360 has been working now without a hitch for well over a month, and that is with some pretty heavy use! Give it a try, you have nothing to lose.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By N. Pavincich on July 27, 2008
I have to admit I was a bit skeptical at first but this kit is everything it's says it is. It was easy to use,easy to install and my unit has been running perfectly for the past 9 months.I even helped a couple of my friends fix their systems. I highly reccomend this repair kit.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Parker on August 7, 2010
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I bought this product and followed the instructions down to a "T" but it still does not work. I used the Arctic silver cleaning kit and thermal paste and attempted it twice. One with the recommended portions, and again with a little more. Still no go.

I've tried the alternate methods to the "10-15%" chance it doesn't work though I checked the forums and to me, it seemed like a rather large portion of non fixes.

In the forums it also tells you how to tell what error your RROD has (MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS BEFORE BUYING ANYTHING) Hold down the sync and eject button at the same time until the lights change into quick flashing lights. 4 lights=0, 3=3,2=2,1=1. While still holding the sync button press the eject button again three more times.
You should get four numbers. Mine was 4422=0022 which is some type of error that apparently is usually not fixed with this kit.

This kit fixes overheating problems, some of the other problems are due to the poor soldering done with the GPU/CPU which then needs to be sent in to someone who can re-solder the chips.

I can assure you that it was the x-clamps that are to blame for my xbox breaking. I believe this kit would have saved my xbox. The only problem is that replacing your xbox with this kit nulls your warranty. So let's hope your xbox is good after the warranty is up.

Overall it's a good product with great instructions. But you can only do so much to try and make a crappy product like an xbox 360 last.
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