GENERAL RROD but no error code

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kwangwey

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Hi there

I had got a Falcon xbox 360 with RROD from a fan, at first I had the error code 0022.

So I proceed to install the kit, once installed switched on the power, the xbox started blinking 3 red lights but it did not heated up at all. It's like there is a power cut and there is only the 3 red ights blinking. I tried to truble shoot the code, this time round the lights did not show any codes , its only 3 red lights blinking consistently.

Then I proceed to check the board and found this(in the red circle all being soldered):


Is this the problem?
Any advise?
 
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Take a soldering iron to it and make it look like the pad to the left of it (It should be 4 small pads, not one big one).
Also, What motherboard is it?
 
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kwangwey

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Hi,
Its a falcon. I tried using a solder iron to make it to 4 pads, but the solder is not getting off. I even use a braid, the solder just wont come off. is there any other way?
 
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Its a falcon, says in the first sentence. But yes, desolder that blob, shouldbe 4 smaller pads. Somebody was messy.

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Hi,
Its a falcon. I tried using a solder iron to make it to 4 pads, but the solder is not getting off. I even use a braid, the solder just wont come off. is there any other way?
Use some flux
 
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Its a falcon, says in the first sentence.

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Sorry, Havent had enough coffee yet, I missed that :)

As my cohort said... use flux. Also, what wattage is your iron?

Additionally, if you cant get the pads there to flow back to where they belong... maybe take it to a pro...
 
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Its a falcon, says in the first sentence.

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Sorry, Havent had enough coffee yet, I missed that :)

As my cohort said... use flux. Also, what wattage is your iron?

Additionally, if you cant get the pads there to flow back to where they belong... maybe take it to a pro...
Maybe someone else can doublecheck this as well.. BUT, it seems like you are missing some components... (I only have 1 falcon to check it against... ) But her's a pic of what MY Falcon looks like in that area... that doesnt mean it's the only configuration they used... )

http://i1326.photobucket.com/albums/u645/Menethoran/IMAG0071.jpg
 
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kwangwey

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Is there any different Falcon in the market?my friend bought this brand new. Only when he tried to rgh it, he messed it up, then after that he had the RROD. I know he did messed up a few point but he did not dare to remove anything else frm the board.

After I had restore his Xbox, the xbox was booting fie, only util a week later the showing the 0022 error code. So I procee with the fix, but after that it just start blining 3 red lights but the heat sinks are not heating up at all.It sort f like a power cut , fan not spinning. So I guess it must be smething else.
 

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You're all on the wrong track. That's one big pad, not 4 small ones. it's the solder point for the gate of the MOSFET, hence why it's so big.

OP, you got it faulty so I suggest you fix it before trying to RGH it.

If you can't fix it, post in the relevant section to see if anyone will quote for a repair.

Closed as answered.
 
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