Hi, my name is Stephen and my son recently had a problem getting Xbox 360 flashing red lights that showed up around his start button. I figured it would break eventually since he plays it non stop. Anyway, about a month ago he came to me and was talking about something called the red ring of death and at first I thought he was watching an inappropriate movie. After he explained everything, I came online to check the problem, and was lucky enough to come to this website first, thanks to those links at the tops search engine listings.
I was pretty skeptical though at first because the first thing I read was that they'll give me a full refund if you don't fix it within an hour. Hey, I've always been told if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is, so I went to a few other places. I saw this interesting towel thing to fix the Xbox 360 flashing red lights, but I figured it was a trick (I heard later it will burn your circuit board) so long story short, I ended up coming back to this site.
Let's face it, I'm an old guy so anything with videos is a lot better for me to comprehend. However, because I thought my son broke it, I made him watch the video with me. Again, long story short, we fixed the Xbox with this service and I don't really know how long it took, but it was well under that guarantee of doing it under an hour. So for anyone who is skeptical like I am, it DOES work. I will say if you are having the same Xbox 360 flashing red lights problem like my son, this site's techniques are pretty fast.
Before I sign off, I just wanted to tell you guys thanks for helping with our little challenge. Last night, when we were eating dinner, I was thinking about what my boy would have been doing all this time if we sent it away for a month like some of those other sites suggested. Pretty sure I would be pulling all my hair out now. You probably won't ever show this to anyone because I am so bad at writing good reviews about anything, and I can't write at all, but I wish we would of thought of this. Great innovation you have here, guess some things can really be good if they look that way. Again thanks for this great guide!