Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Repair Your Own Xbox 360

Xbox 360 repair is really not that hard if you take your time and follow some repair directions. Basic tools and some technical skill is required.

Nothing worse than owning a Xbox 360 and not being able to play your favorite game. Are you one of the many unfortunate XBOXers receiving the dreaded XBOX "Red Ring of Death" error?

First of all if your Xbox is still under warranty take it back to the store for repair, Do not open it as this will void your warranty. If it is out of warranty then go ahead and repair it yourself.

About 5% of Xbox 360s that receive this error cannot be repaired. This means that you have a very good chance of saving your Xbox 360 console! Repair may require a few items from your local Radio Shack or hardware store. Chances are you already have these items. You may need a soldering iron and solder.
Learning how to repair your XBox will save you some major money. Microsoft will not tell you how to fix these errors. They'll ask you to send your system back to them for repair. The typical cost for a repair can be as much as $140 plus shipping and handling. Also - they do not always guarantee a fix!
This guide will show you how to easily fix the 3 Red Light Error. I'll also cover over heating consoles, graphic errors, and freeze ups. the step by step repair guide is easy to understand, and will have you up and running in about an hour.
I have personally repaired 19 Xbox 360's with this guide with a 100% success rate. It includes easy to follow instructions including pictures of every step that is required. I am repairing them for friends and now the word is out and I am making some decent cash repairing Xbox 360's

This website will cover some of the basic repairs and mods but eventually you will need the complete Xbox 360 repair guide One repair will more that cover the cost of the manual. This is the easiest guide to follow.
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7 comments:

Ronnie said...

My xbox 360 is not reading the disks at first it started freezing up now it will not work at all. What should I do?

Homer said...

Make sure your disks are clean and not scratched up. Remove your DVD drive and take the cover off. Clean the lens and re-assemble.

If it still will not work you will have to replace either the pick up assembly or the entire drive.

I have had good luck by just cleaning the lens.

Mark said...

Hey my xbox 360 is acting up, when i put a disc into the tray it will be saying "reading disc" then suddenly it'll say "open tray". So should i clean the lens with rubbing alcohol?

Homer said...

Yes, try cleaning the lens also make sure your discs are clean

If it still has the same problem you will probably have to replace you pick up or the entire DVD unit.

patka30 said...

Hey your site is pretty cool mate

jay said...

Hey Homer, I have two questions. My dvd drive is not reading any games and I'm thinking of replacing my dvd drive. My question is; does your guide cover replacing the dvd drive? I've also heard about a certain key unique to each system. Does your guide cover this as well?

Homer said...

Here is a great tip for anyone changing there DVD drive.

Some replacement drives need to be flashed for them to work properly.

Instead, buy a new drive and take the old circuit board and switch with the new one.

Now you have your DVD key with a new drive1