Series S Motherboard Repair (Not Powering on) Xbox Series S
    • Series S Motherboard Repair (Not Powering on) Xbox Series S

    Series S Motherboard Component Level Repair Service

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    Does your Xbox Series S no longer turn on?

    Do you get a white light for a couple of seconds or not on at all and then the console powers off?

    This could indicate a Motherboard or Power supply issue, to confirm this our engineers would need to examine your console.

    We specialise in actual Motherboard repair, replacing the defective components causing the problem

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    UK Collection & Delivery options, drops off in person if you are local are welcome.

      Return policy

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

    The problems you are experiencing with your Xbox Series S console are most likely to a component failure on the consoles motherboard.

    Our engineers will need to examine your console to determine if we can actually repair your console.

    Not all Series S console motherboard faults are fixable, this is due to some of the motherboard components are married to the motherboard itself, so if one of these components are the reason for the failure, then the faulty component would not be replaceable.

    Some faults are also not unfixable due to us not being able to find any shorts or missing voltages when the engineers are running their diagnostic tests.

    ** Note **

    If we are unable to actually repair a fault on your consoles motherboard, then the repair fee would be refunded, minus a £30.00 inspection fee, this fee is payable to cover the time required to diagnose and fault find a problem on a faulty motherboard.

    If the problem is due to a faulty Internal Power supply only, then the cost would remain the same.

    If the motherboard fault has also damaged the internal Power Supply, then there would be an additional charge of £40.00, but this is very uncommon.


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