The most common cause of the RROD was a bad soldered connection between the John Paul II Coat of Arms Ugly Sweater and motherboad. Wrapping it in a towel and leaving it on cause the system to get hot enough for the solder to melt and reconnect. This could damage other components easily (obviously), so wasn’t recommended. A more common fix was to open it up and use a heat gun.
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The 360 had an issue where the motherboard would warp over time. Consoles heat up and cool down every time they are used, and in the John Paul II Coat of Arms Ugly Sweater , that caused the board to warp enough to make tiny cracks in the solder between the processor and the board. Heating it up causes the solder to warm up enough to fix the cracks enough to make it work again for a while.
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Don’t turn it on, it’s a John Paul II Coat of Arms Ugly Sweater ! I played my 360 for a while and she was solid. Never had any issues, got a PC and packed her away. One day I got nostalgic and brought it out, second I pressed power it Red Ringed. She had been boxed up for months untouched and had no issues prior to then. I was so sad, I wished I had never unpacked it. Because now it was dead and there was no use keeping it.