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Hello guys so up until the last 5 minutes my RGH Falcon has been working fine, however I went to turn it on again and a red light came up on the powerbrick instead of a green one :/ I have tried launching without hdd and just using usb and it worked once but then when I went to try again it didn't, and hasn't since.
Any fixes or suggestions?


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I think that means your powerbrick is overheating, let it cooldown for 10 minutes, or it's ****
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joshboulton97 wroteI think that means your powerbrick is overheating, let it cooldown for 10 minutes, or it's ****

But I havnt used it for a while? I have been out.
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There should be two slots on your power brick. Blow down them hard and some dust should come out
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It's the powerbrick. The console wouldn't be making that happen so you may need to replace it
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UPDATE: Ive tried moving the pins in the powerbrick, still a red light. Ive also tried to use a different kettle lead and still no luck :/ has to be the powerbrick itself.
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KTB wroteUPDATE: Ive tried moving the pins in the powerbrick, still a red light. Ive also tried to use a different kettle lead and still no luck :/ has to be the powerbrick itself.


Have you tried blowing down the slots like I suggested? Do each one
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Allnutt wrote
KTB wroteUPDATE: Ive tried moving the pins in the powerbrick, still a red light. Ive also tried to use a different kettle lead and still no luck :/ has to be the powerbrick itself.


Have you tried blowing down the slots like I suggested? Do each one

Yes I blew in everything on the powerbrick, still no luck...
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Left it for around 30 mins, and tried again and still red light, so cant be overheating.
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Not too sure on this but I think you might need a new one or at least try using a different one and see if it works
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