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-If you had this problem and it solved itseflt by unplugging the power supply there's a big chance at some point it won't power on for good… you need to replace the power supply not the xbox like Microsoft suggest. If you know electronics a bit just open the power supply you will see 4 capacitors with a bubbled top, this is the problem.
+If you had this problem and it solved itself by unplugging the power supply there's a big chance at some point it won't power on for good… you need to replace the power supply not the xbox like Microsoft suggest. If you know electronics a bit just open the power supply you will see 4 capacitors with a bubbled top, this is the problem.
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-If you had this problem and it solved itseflt by unplugging the power supplie there's a big chance at some point it won't power on for good… you need to replace the power supply not the xbox like Microsoft suggest. If you know electronics a bit just open the power supply you will see 4 capacitors with a bubbled top, this is the problem.
+If you had this problem and it solved itseflt by unplugging the power supply there's a big chance at some point it won't power on for good… you need to replace the power supply not the xbox like Microsoft suggest. If you know electronics a bit just open the power supply you will see 4 capacitors with a bubbled top, this is the problem.
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原帖由: marc_a54 ,

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If you had this problem and it solved itseflt by unplugging the power supplie there's a big chance at some point it won't power on for good… you need to replace the power supply not the xbox like Microsoft suggest. If you know electronics a bit just open the power supply you will see 4 capacitors with a bubbled top, this is the problem.

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