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Does anyone know a specific way to fix the Scaler Chip error? I am getting the glitch that most people get before they get Error Code E 74. There is a weird red static on the screen and you can see through some objects.

I heatguned that specifically last time this happened, which was two and a half weeks ago...

Any help?
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No Help?
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so is it overheating?
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from what i found it the ANA scaler chip doesn't make contact with the motherboard anymore.
Heres a guide on how to solve the problem.
http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?showtopic=646900

after that is done, place a stack of pennys ( with electrical tape so it sticks) on the Scaler chip.
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Originally Posted by hangemhi View Post
from what i found it the ANA scaler chip doesn't make contact with the motherboard anymore.
Heres a guide on how to solve the problem.
http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?showtopic=646900

after that is done, place a stack of pennys ( with electrical tape so it sticks) on the Scaler chip.
Okay, I tried the heatgun, so I'll try some pennies.
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