Hey everyone, I'm new here, I wasn't really sure where else to go for help so I signed up and I'm hoping you clever dudes might be able to figure this out. I have a 14.2V Phat 360 "Arcade" model so I think it's a "Falcon". Basically, I get the 3 red rings and the console won't power on. But this isn't a standard RROD - I've looked through all the guides and troubleshooting steps, nothing is clearing up the mystery for me. No one else on the entire internet seems to have the same issue, or if they do it's impossible to find evidence because of the sea of overheating 360s and more common RROD variants. Here's the catch: If I turn the console on and off a bunch of times, each time replacing the connector at the back and trying to seat it differently, eventually it works. And it will work for hours, no overheating, no other side effects - the console is fine. However, if any slight movement occurs where the power brick connects to the base of the console, it red rings. If I ever move it (for a LAN or whatever), it can take upwards of 50-100 tries to get it to boot. And rarely, due to vibration or probably (this is absurd speculation) micro-wind-currents in the room, literal nanometers of movement may occur (I'm just trying to rationalise it because it literally doesn't move or get bumped or anything) and the console will red ring while I'm using it. It's also hard to plug wired controllers in or fiddle with the ethernet cable, or basically touch the console at all... I think the connector is faulty, but I've tried it with two power bricks that both work fine with another console, so it's the actual console itself that has the problem. Basically, if it needs cleaning maybe, how would I go about that? If it needs the connector fixed, is that even possible? It just seems so minor yet so catastrophic, surely there's an easy way to fix the issue. Hopefully I've explained well enough, if not please ask for clarification.