By Goh Toh Lee
Are you looking for a fix for your Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death (RROD), also known as the 3 Red Lights? If so, then you must have heard of the infamous Xbox 360 Towel Trick when you are searching on the Internet.
So does the Xbox 360 Towel Trick really work? Is it safe to do it?
Yes the Xbox 360 Towel Trick really does work BUT don’t even think of trying unless you want to fry your Xbox 360 console good. Read on to find out why…
The Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death is widely theorized by experts to be caused by the wearing of the solder connecting the heat sink to the motherboard. So what the Xbox 360 Towel Trick really does is to overheat your Xbox 360 console to the extent that the solder melts back together and eventually restoring the connection between the two components.
The Xbox 360 Towel Trick exposes all the components in your Xbox 360 console to high levels of temperatures – not just the solder. This is very dangerous and risky as other heat sensitive components such as the CPU and the GPU that are not built to withstand heat may be permanently damaged. You may even possibly cause a fire!
Please think twice if you are even considering to give the Xbox 360 Towel Trick a shot. This method has been widely used by Xbox owners around the world and it is known to be only a temporary fix. When your Xbox 360 console cools down back to the normal temperature, you will face the three flashing red lights all over again.
So the conclusion is…
Don’t try to murder your console with the Xbox 360 Towel Trick. Download the James Dean 3 Red Light Fix and you’ll be back online tonight!
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