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The power block's connector to the motherboard is difficult to disconnect by hand initially. While unnecessary, we highly recommend removing the motherboard from the silver casing first to access the power block's connector.

  1. Flip the Xbox One S so that the bottom of the case is facing upward.
    • Flip the Xbox One S so that the bottom of the case is facing upward.

  2. Insert the plastic opening tool into the  gap between the bottom of the case and the grated top side. Then find the clips in between that hold the case in place.
    • Insert the plastic opening tool into the gap between the bottom of the case and the grated top side. Then find the clips in between that hold the case in place.

    • Use the opening tool to pop the clips out. The best method is to pry the black case away from the bottom.

    • You will hear clicking sounds when you are prying the case open. It may be fairly difficult to remove the bottom.

    • It's possible that the clips may break when you remove the bottom from the case.

    • We recommend starting at one corner and sliding the prying tool along the edges of the Xbox One S. Once the first few clips are opened you can lift the cover up to find the remaining clips.

    Be careful not to damage the pairing button on this part

    David - Replica

    Important!!

    You've to start from the back corner where is the information label, because there is a main clip behind a warranty sticker

    Cristian Ramirez - Replica

  3. Once all of the clips are opened, remove the bottom part of the case.
    • Once all of the clips are opened, remove the bottom part of the case.

  4. Find all of the green screws on the metal case labeled F1 through F6. Take the T10 Torx screwdriver and remove the six 50 mm long screws.
    • Find all of the green screws on the metal case labeled F1 through F6.

    • Take the T10 Torx screwdriver and remove the six 50 mm long screws.

  5. The port cover is held in place with rivets. Insert a pry tool gently between the top cover and metal casing on both sides to prepare the cover for removal. The port cover is held in place with rivets. Insert a pry tool gently between the top cover and metal casing on both sides to prepare the cover for removal. The port cover is held in place with rivets. Insert a pry tool gently between the top cover and metal casing on both sides to prepare the cover for removal.
    • The port cover is held in place with rivets. Insert a pry tool gently between the top cover and metal casing on both sides to prepare the cover for removal.

    Do not remove the back panel from the metal housing by popping loose the “rivets” in Step 5 photo. Those are not rivets, they are melted post-end mounts in which the heads will break off and CAN NOT BE REPLACED by the do-it-yourself repairer (unless you want to try hot gluing the mounts back to the panel, but success is uncertain with this method). While doing my own tear-down following the photo examples, I thought the rear panel was meant to come off due to the photo of it laying next to the body in Step 7. This is inaccurate, and will most likely result in a loose fitting panel upon reassembly. The “rivets” no longer have a means to hold onto the metal body tray they came loose from. So you will have the panel relying on alignment back to the channel the tabs came out of in order to hold it to the back of your machine. Other than this issue, I was able to perform the tear-down without problem.

    Tad B - Replica

    This step is both permanent, and unnecessary. Hard drive removal is possible without touching this piece. And removal of those plastic rivets will be permanent, you MUST break them to remove them.

    Joshua B - Replica

  6. Gently separate the interior case from the white exterior case using the appropriate method. Gently separate the interior case from the white exterior case using the appropriate method.
    • Gently separate the interior case from the white exterior case using the appropriate method.

    Essential tip: be sure to slide the metal housing backward, away from the from of the case as pictured above, rather than upward. If not, you can easily break off the teeny momentary switches on the IR blaster board!

    Mark Ross - Replica

    “appropriate method is not descriptive like Mr. Ross’s comment. The original poster should edit the description to ensure people do in fact remove the box from the case appropriately. I would also add arrows to the picture.

    Ryan A - Replica

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  8. To replace the hard drive, remove the two 10 mm T-10 Torx screws, C3 and C4, from the backside of the Xbox One S. To replace the hard drive, remove the two 10 mm T-10 Torx screws, C3 and C4, from the backside of the Xbox One S.
    • To replace the hard drive, remove the two 10 mm T-10 Torx screws, C3 and C4, from the backside of the Xbox One S.

    Some of my silver were gold screws, so just letting people know to look out for that!

    jovialkitten - Replica

  9. Gently disconnect the hard drive from the motherboard (at the two plastic connector bodies). Gently disconnect the hard drive from the motherboard (at the two plastic connector bodies). Gently disconnect the hard drive from the motherboard (at the two plastic connector bodies).
    • Gently disconnect the hard drive from the motherboard (at the two plastic connector bodies).

    Do not disconnect the connector in the second image! There are tiny prongs that bend easily and if bent just a tad bit they will break off. I had first hand experience with this and I ended up breaking my Xbox because I could not put that cable back on.

    Aaron Cooke - Replica

    Do not remove the cable!!!! You can change while the cables are plugged. It took 2 hours trying to put mm precisely all the little pins because of the removal of the cables.

    Please update the post, I could easily end up as the Aaron, breaking the XBOX completly.

    Botond Kopacz - Replica

  10. To remove the optical disc drive, remove the silver 10 mm T-10 Torx screw labeled "C5."
    • To remove the optical disc drive, remove the silver 10 mm T-10 Torx screw labeled "C5."

  11. Pull the disc drive slightly off the motherboard and disconnect the plastic connectors from the motherboard.
    • Pull the disc drive slightly off the motherboard and disconnect the plastic connectors from the motherboard.

  12. To replace the motherboard you must remove the three silver 10 mm T-10 Torx screws labelled "C1," "C2," and "C6."
    • To replace the motherboard you must remove the three silver 10 mm T-10 Torx screws labelled "C1," "C2," and "C6."

    • Remove the four black 8 mm T-9 Torx screws lablelled "A1," "A2," "A3," and "A4."

    The Black screws are T-8 Torx, not T-9!

    Jakub Krzyskow - Replica

  13. Locate the rectangular silver clamp on the opposite corner of the power block.
    • Locate the rectangular silver clamp on the opposite corner of the power block.

  14. Grab the clamp with the tweezers. Pull the clamp upward, away from the silver casing. Jiggle it back and forth like a tooth if necessary.
    • Grab the clamp with the tweezers. Pull the clamp upward, away from the silver casing. Jiggle it back and forth like a tooth if necessary.

    • It's okay to apply a little bit of force here to get the clamp off the silver casing. The metal is bendable and can be bent/clamped back on.

  15. Now that the clamp is removed, gently lift the motherboard from its edges out from the metal casing. The motherboard should come out with ease.
    • Now that the clamp is removed, gently lift the motherboard from its edges out from the metal casing. The motherboard should come out with ease.

  16. Gently lift the power block off the motherboard
    • Gently lift the power block off the motherboard

  17. Locate the black connector that joins the power block to the motherboard.
    • Locate the black connector that joins the power block to the motherboard.

    • The protruding rectangular part of the plastic connector, shown by the orange marker, is a locking tab.

  18. Grab the connector as shown, pinch the small black locking tab, and pull firmly upward to detach the power block from the motherboard .
    • Grab the connector as shown, pinch the small black locking tab, and pull firmly upward to detach the power block from the motherboard .

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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So my Xbox One S isn’t turning on at all. No light, nothing. I went to take it apart and I plugged it in just to see if it would boot out of the blue. I turned it on and nothing happened but I can hear a faint clicking sound from the power supply. Does that mean, the power supply has gone bad, and I’ll need to replace it?

Cyology.IO - Replica

yes because this xbox one s internal power supply is a fail.. look at there newer model the “xbox one x “ the internal powersupply of it has air ventilation coming from the upgraded version of the fan.

meaning the xbox one s power supply has no proper ventilation no air that blow the exhaust the heat will stuck up inside .. thats why it will not last longer .

the worst is that its design it self .. imagine when you accidentaly pour a water into the fan .. the water will go directly to the cpu and mobo.

that is why they upgrade the “xbox one x“ they copied the design from the ps4 that the air ventilation is on the side panels..

Michael Creech - Replica

My xbox one s stopped working after a power surge from a string of storms. It wont respond, make any noise at all. I figured i would replace the power supply and see if that’s the fix. While i’m waiting for the part to arrive, i’m wondering if there is any other damage that could’ve been done by the surge. Or does the power supply prevent that?

quintalnick - Replica

did you ever get that storm Xbox to work? I just lost mine to a storm last night :(

Adam Portugali -

my one s is working fine all apps are good my network connection is goood its cleaned and maintenanced properly all is working well until i try doing the one thing i bought it for playing games doesnt matter if its disc or downloaded soon as it loads and im ready to play the console crashes to no signal and shuts off

spanky8623 - Replica

So I replaced my Xbox's power supply, but it still won't power on… it still as dead as before I did the repair. It was damaged by a power surge I do believe. Could it be the cable? It shows no sign of damage. What else do I do?

Jorge Ambriz - Replica

Change the mosfets

reymen_dvd -

Same thing is happening with mine. Were you able to fix it?

h4rdym4n -

My One S died after a storm, I directly thought about the power block, bought it for nothing on eBay. Just replaced today, problem solved perfectly working !

quentinremy - Replica

So my xbox one s is having the no power to mobo.. But when i take it out and plug it in and use my volt meter it says 12.00 v on more then 4 prongs on the wired end that would plug into the mobo.. So I assume hope not mobo fried but there's no sighn of burning or any other electrical abuse? Any ideas would be great

Jeremi Eaton - Replica

This worked for me! Getting that black case off is difficult but dont be afraid of the noises it makes..you really aren’t completely destroying it, it just sounds like you are.

jovialkitten - Replica

After taking apart my Xbox one s and replacing its power supply with a new one it still shows no signs of life. Both power supplies show no lights when trying to turn it on, also no sound. Is there any other way I could fix this or can I declare this xbox as being dead?

m.m.afman - Replica

So I followed the guide, replacing the power supply, but I ended up breaking off the power switch from the RF/IR board putting it back together. Have to wait for that part to come now. The guide has the reader remove the optical and hard drives from the device, and loosening the motherboard. To be honest, I found that to be unnecessary, as you can just use a pair of tweezers to pinch the power connector in order to disconnect it from the motherboard. At worst you’ll want to just move the hard drive out of the way to lift the power supply out. By the way, if you are going to loosen the motherboard, you’ll probably need to remove screws B1 and B2 as well as remove the WiFi board and RF/IR board, none of which is mentioned in this guide.

Aaron - Replica

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