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We take a brand new Xbox One S from the shipping box and tear it down to the bare motherboard. We take a look inside the internal power supply as well and the disc drive.
►Tools I Use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tronicsfix
You will see how to remove the two halves of the case by prying them open with pry tools, then we remove the green screws that hold the metal case inside the Xbox. The top case comes off easily with no ribbon cables attaching it to the rest of the console like with the Xbox One.
After that we can see the hard drive, fan & heat sink, disc drive, power supply and motherboard. We remove the rest of the screws from the bottom and remove each component one by one.
We open the power supply to have a look at the new, internal power supply. We also tear down the disc drive and compare it to the disc drive of the Xbox One.
Tools I use:
-Protech Toolkit: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/90il5y
-Torx Security T8: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/AEcBvZL
-PH00 Phillips: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/YGVSSv
-Tweezer Set: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/t0VrlcX
-Electric Screwdriver: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/2wbHzJ
-Thermal Paste: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/q2Prd
-Canned Air: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/CPYy
-Hakko Hot Air Station: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/y2JDR
-Nozzle for hot air station: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/zpEWlT
-Hakko Soldering Station: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/MTL0qb
-Hakko Air Filter: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/Gqznh
-Microscope: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/WBO3b
-Kester Solder: Amazon (paid link) https://geni.us/ETXUh
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