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    Xbox Series X HDMI Port Socket repair

    £84.99
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    Is your Xbox Series X HDMI port or socket damaged and not displaying a picture?

    Have you accidently knocked over your console and now your port is damaged?

    Does your port have bent or damaged pins?

    We can quickly repair your Xbox Series X getting you gaming again.

    We ONLY use a genuine Xbox Series X HDMI Port for the repair.


    Fully tracked and insured Courier Options covering the whole of the UK

    Would you like to order a HDMI Cable?
    You can also add a FULL service at a discounted rate?
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    UK Collection & Delivery options, drops off in person if you are local are welcome.

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    Free returns for 7 Days after you receive your repaired item, to ensure your happy with your repair.

     Xbox Series X HDMI Repair - Explained    

    Have you damaged your Xbox Series X HDMI port or socket as a result of the console being dropped or the cable not being inserted correctly?

    This can result in pins inside the socket being bent or damaged. This will stop the console displaying a picture or the picture may be distorted.

    We only use an ACTUAL XBOX Series X Official HDMI port to carry out the repair, not another HDMI port engineered to fit into the Series X console, that is carried out by most other companies.

    Save yourself ££££££ on the repair price charged my Microsoft for this repair and with a much quicker repair time with ourselves.

    Our engineers will remove the faulty or damaged HDMI port from the Xbox Series X main board and replace this with a brand new ACTUAL Xbox Series X HDMI port, getting you gaming again quickly.


    Would you like your console fully serviced at the same time as your repair is carried out?

    A Xbox Series X console becomes internally dusty from normal use, this blocks the internal Air Vents in the heatsinks, causing the console to overheat or start shutting down, which can effect the life of your console.

    A full service is normally £70 (Please see the link for this option on our website below), we offer this at a massively reduced rate of £20 if carried out at the same time as the HDMI repair.

    This service includes fully Internally cleaning your console, cleaning the Heatsinks and internal Fan, we apply MX-4 thermal compound to the APU, the main chip on the consoles motherboard

    This has far greater thermal transfer characteristics than the original used by the manufacturer.

    This increases the Life Span of your console, ensuring trouble free gaming.

    You can select this option as one of the above.

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    By Carly D. (Bury, United Kingdom) on 12 March 2024 (Xbox Series X HDMI Port Socket repair) :
    (5/5

    Carly

    Worked Fast,
    Friendly staff

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    By brendan K. (BOSTON, United Kingdom) on 20 Feb. 2024 (Xbox Series X HDMI Port Socket repair) :
    (5/5

    14 year olds pride and joy

    this was a desperate fix on my 14 year olds pride and joy after he broke the hdmi the service was quick effiecent.
    and they even took the effort to notify that they had to replace the serial sticker all within the space of a week so 400 pound + console for a 105 pound repair which included postage and return thanks alot.

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    By Daniel S. (STEVENAGE, United Kingdom) on 24 Apr. 2023 (Xbox Series X HDMI Port Socket repair) :
    (5/5

    FANTASTIC

    Brilliant service! Always on hand to call to ask about what happens and very friendly, great value for money and very quick fix and return! WOULD VERY MUCH RECOMMEND!

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