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Does the Xbox 360 have the “ring of death” (three red lights indicating system failure) occur often?

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Does the Xbox 360 have the “ring of death” (three red lights indicating system failure) occur to happen to a lot of xbox 360’s?

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  1. they used to occur A LOT when the 360 first came out. now they still occur, but not really that often. just keep your 360 in a well ventilated area and u should be fine

  2. I read somewhere that only 15% of Xboxs got the RROD. And it’s happening a lot less in the newer ones

  3. Supposedly the failure rate on the original xboxs from the first two years of production was around 30%. New xboxs have a much lower chance of having the problem, although if an xbox does have the RROD you can get it repaired for free (up to three years after buying the xbox).

  4. The failure rate of 360s due to RRODs was initially called

    3-5 % (November-January 2005-2006)

    16.4 % (February 2008)

    30-40 % (months since then)

    It is said that these new ‘falcon’ motherboard powered 360s are less likely to get a RROD. It seems that is the case.

  5. they only happen once if you get them if it happens again then your mistreating your xbox real bad just send it to Microsoft the’ll fix it or give you a new one they also give you a three year warranty cause they knew the xbox would mess up they just didint know when

  6. The ring of death will appear every eight months or so. Then you have to buy a new one. It is the ay that business make money :/

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