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Website Launches to Help Cure Xbox 360 Red Ring Woes


Tampa, Florida, USA - has launched in hopes to cure the 3 red lights error that the Xbox 360 has been plagued with since its inception.

The website provides reviews of online guides that claim to fix the “Red Ring of Death” error.

The Xbox 360 was launched back in 2005. Since the launch there have been a number of users that have received a 3 red lights error on their console. This error occurs when there is a hardware failure with the system.

Due to the numbers of issues with systems sold during launch Microsoft extended the standard 90 day warranty to 1 year within a year of the Xbox 360 release. Because the problems persisted Microsoft extended the warranty again in 2007 to 3 years covering the 3 red lights error.

“Xbox 360 owners have grown tired of their malfunctioning Xbox 360 systems. Even when the systems are replaced many times the system that is replaced ends up receiving the red ring of death as well. Our site’s purpose is to review guides for customers that have systems that are out of warranty to help them get their gaming system repaired,” states owner of, Seth Taylor.

In addition to their reviews of guides that explain how to fix the 3 red lights error also contains articles relating to other Xbox 360 errors and codes.

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