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Screen Flicker Version 1.4

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I have this exact same problem on a 1.4 using the Pound cable. I've chalked it up to that as I know Pound had trouble with 1.4 consoles, but it's interesting OP has this happening with all cables.

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I have been on discord #originalxbox and we have came to the conclusion that it could be the three capacitors near the cpu.  They look fine, but could still be going bad.  Also might be the gpu...By the way, hi @MrMario2011, are you the MrMario on youtube by any chance, big fan if so!

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