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Fix it yourself out of warranty thread

kopchoir

Banned
I have a 360 out of warranty and i thought i would try and fix it myself i have heard that using a cheap set with cheap paste is a no go anyone use a decent set to fix and any tips and links to purchase these kits from.
I went to a computer market at the weekend and was quoted £50 notes so i thought i would try it myself and probably make a big :censored: up of it
but hey ho

Kop

Any help would be great
 

kopchoir

Banned
Yeah it was bowlers was there on saturday why do you fix them there??
 

kopchoir

Banned
Check my sig as I got MS to repair my RROD 360 outside of warrenty

Mine isn`t like a box standard 360 though its special:D so i dont think i will chance the letter, i am a cheeky :censored: but i think ill be taking the biscuit a bit asking them to fix this one

Kop
 

bearman3784

Distinguished Member
i take it the beef is rrod? i had never done any 360 stuff before the other week when i replaced the laser in the dvd drive on my spare 360, surprisingly easy with a good tutorial and taking your time
 

kopchoir

Banned
Yep RROD i think im going to give it a go might be fun
 

kopchoir

Banned
I have never been :eek:

Me neither it was my first time on saturday was ok you should go,it was just a bit pricey thats all £50 and one vendor offered me a 3 month warranty on it to just thought if you went and had a stall i coud of got a discount :D
 

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