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    power problems.

    Well i did the rgh-hack now heres the problem. at first it turned on played 64 emulator for a couple hours then turned it off for about 2 hours. I would of never noticed it, but my cousin came and tried to turn it on but it wouldn't it made the noise but no power, unplug plugged it back in. turned on for about 10seconds. then powered off. reason why i would of never noticed because i was going to ship it out the next morning.



    sorry for bad quality. might look like it's bridging because of low quality.

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    Check your resistors at the Hana every time I have had it where there's standby but it won't actually turn on they're the culprit.. And I can't tell from the pics but some of the wiring looks a bit long I suggest trimming it especially on the bottom of the board..

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    Re: power problems.

    trimed the yellow wire, resoldered the stnby_clk wire. turns on but doesn't glitch the coolrunner and the fan speeds up on it's own then off in a few seconds. should I try/going the alternative point?
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    Re: power problems.

    Fans revving to full speed could either be grounded CPU_RST or no SMC on the nand....check your soldering on cpu_rst and flash back original nand to check for the integrity of the console hardware

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    Re: power problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Baby Joker View Post
    trimed the yellow wire, resoldered the stnby_clk wire. turns on but doesn't glitch the coolrunner and the fan speeds up on it's own then off in a few seconds. should I try/going the alternative point?
    You're shorting something at STBY_CLK.

    Desolder the point and power on. If it's staying on without the fans going mad and turning off, you've found it. Either resolder or use the alt. point (as your soldering is obviously not good enough for this area).

    If it still does it, then check the resistance of all resistors near the left of the HANA.

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    Re: power problems.

    made a video yesterday.
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l20At3B-CuM[/ame]
    don't got a multimeter to check points .at first the hack was working now all of the sudden it just stopped working, just out of the blue.
    if anyone know's how to fix this please shoot me a pm to discuss further.
    tried what you said Martin C but the fan still goes mad. did try alternative point it does the same thing.
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    Re: power problems.

    Have you tried what Martin sometimes suggests? Flash back to stock and remove everything to see if it boots. If it does, then try fresh install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayertex6 View Post
    Have you tried what Martin sometimes suggests? Flash back to stock and remove everything to see if it boots. If it does, then try fresh install.
    It seems now a days no one wants to rule anything out, hence why no one follows suggestions, they just want a one step fix, mind boggling


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    Re: power problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slayertex6 View Post
    Have you tried what Martin sometimes suggests? Flash back to stock and remove everything to see if it boots. If it does, then try fresh install.
    yes I have, can't flash normal nand back because as soon as I plug in the power, it shows a green led meaning [ON] but doesn't actually turn on properly. Don't want to risk damaging any more of my items.

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    Re: power problems.

    Have you rechecked to make sure you don't have any points bridged with solder?

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    Re: power problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slayertex6 View Post
    Have you rechecked to make sure you don't have any points bridged with solder?
    No, that's first thing I checked when I opened it after it started to fail on me.

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    Re: power problems.

    You need to post clearer images on all the places you've soldered.

    I'm assuming you've already tried removing everything and making sure it boots properly?

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    Re: power problems.

    Yes removed the CR with wires, booted the same way as it is now. Sorry for the pics that's the best I can get at the moment. ill get a good camera later on today from a family relative.
    edit; waiting for pics to come in email
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    Re: power problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    You need to post clearer images on all the places you've soldered.

    I'm assuming you've already tried removing everything and making sure it boots properly?
    yep tried that.




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    Re: power problems.

    You say you have removed everything right? Did you take all the wires off the mobo also? You say you get green led with the console on. Is that the one on the power button? Does it come on if you just plug it in or are you trying to boot it?

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    Re: power problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slayertex6 View Post
    You say you have removed everything right? Did you take all the wires off the mobo also? You say you get green led with the console on. Is that the one on the power button? Does it come on if you just plug it in or are you trying to boot it?
    Yes,yes re-soldered them later throughout the day, the green led was from the power brick meaning [ON] but not properly,no, as soon as I plug in the power brick. (Wasn't trying to sound repetitive btw or you could say annoyed just answered the questions by order) Sending it out tomorrow hopefully it can be repaired.
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    Re: power problems.

    To be able to flash you nand back to stock all you have to do is connect the xbox to the power (socket turned on, but dont turn the xbox on), so flash to stock, unsolder everything, check for any bridges, try to boot the xbox, if it boots then you ok, if it doesnt then youve got problems

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    Re: power problems.

    boots!

    solution: completely removed cr/rgh install, problem persists. removed nand and replaced with different nand, problem persists. removed smc and replaced with reballed smc from different board, now console just dings when power button is pressed (almost fixed!). removed hana and replaced with reballed hana from different board, console boots!!!


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PS4ptMJC74"]rgh no boot fix - YouTube[/ame]
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