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This guide details how to remove the power supply of the Xbox One X.

  1. Use a T9 Torx screwdriver to remove the 13mm screw which is under and to the left of the power input. Use a T9 Torx screwdriver to remove the 13mm screw which is under and to the left of the power input.
    • Use a T9 Torx screwdriver to remove the 13mm screw which is under and to the left of the power input.

  2. Using precision tweezers, remove the screw tab located on opposite side of the box. Use a T9 Torx screwdriver to remove the 13mm screw revealed underneath the tab. Use a T9 Torx screwdriver to remove the 13mm screw revealed underneath the tab.
    • Using precision tweezers, remove the screw tab located on opposite side of the box.

    • Use a T9 Torx screwdriver to remove the 13mm screw revealed underneath the tab.

  3. Orient the case so that the front of the Xbox (the side with the power button) is facing you. Remove the top of the case by sliding the case towards you. Remove the top of the case by sliding the case towards you.
    • Orient the case so that the front of the Xbox (the side with the power button) is facing you.

    • Remove the top of the case by sliding the case towards you.

    Bitte auch diesen Schritt überarbeiten. Es wird lediglich das Gehäuse für ca 2-4 Zentimeter nach hinten verschoben, dann sollte bereits das erste Hinterniss kommen, welches man ohne Gewalt nicht bewältigen kann. Hier muss das Gehäuse auf der Rechten Seite angehoben werden, dann lässt sich das Gehäuse ohne Probleme entfernen. Auch beim Zusammenbauen. Erst auf der Linkenseite bis zum ersten Plastik Haken (ca 2-4 Zentimeter vom Ende entfern) anlegen, danach auf der Rechten seite einklicken. Das Gehäuse kann auf der Rechten Seite auch etwas gedehnt werden, dabei geht nichts kaputt.

    Marcel - Contestar

    Please also revise this step. It is only the case for about 2-4 centimeters moved backwards, then should already come the first butt that you can not cope without violence. Here, the housing must be raised on the right side, then the housing can be removed without problems. Also when assembling. First put on the left side until the first plastic hook (about 2-4 centimeters from the end), then click on the right side. The case can also be slightly stretched on the right side, nothing breaks.

    Marcel - Contestar

  4. Using a T9 Torx screwdriver, remove the two 15mm silver screws that are holding a circuit board/panel to the side of the interior metal casing. Using the same screwdriver, remove the 9mm black screw located farther to the right on the same circuit board/panel. Using the same screwdriver, remove the 9mm black screw located farther to the right on the same circuit board/panel.
    • Using a T9 Torx screwdriver, remove the two 15mm silver screws that are holding a circuit board/panel to the side of the interior metal casing.

    • Using the same screwdriver, remove the 9mm black screw located farther to the right on the same circuit board/panel.

    I feel like someone wanted to use a T9 for everything, but these were T8.

    Christopher McKay - Contestar

    You can use a T8 or T9 for this step. I was able to get all three screws with a T9 but there’s so little difference that both will work.

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

  5. Remove the unscrewed panel from the side of the device by pulling it toward you. Be mindful of the connector, as it is fragile.
    • Remove the unscrewed panel from the side of the device by pulling it toward you.

    • Be mindful of the connector, as it is fragile.

  6. Pull the upper edge of the white clip down, and then remove the white connector from the dislocated panel using precision tweezers. Do not force the connector out, as it is fragile. Wiggling may be necessary.
    • Pull the upper edge of the white clip down, and then remove the white connector from the dislocated panel using precision tweezers.

    • Do not force the connector out, as it is fragile. Wiggling may be necessary.

    Unfortunately the manual is not correct here. Above the black slot is a white switch / pen, fold it over with your fingernail, so fold it over to the front. Then the cable can be easily removed without any problems and tweezers. GERMAN: Hier ist die Anleitung leider nicht korrekt. Oberhalb des schwarzen Steckplatzes befindet sich ein weißer Schalter/Stift, diesen mit dem Fingernagel umklappen, also praktisch zu der Vorderseite umklappen. Danach lässt sich das Kabel ohne Probleme und Pinzette einfach abziehen.

    Marcel - Contestar

    Thank you. Had no idea what the !&&* this guy was talking about with the “pull down" part. You flip it downward gently like a flap.

    Get To The Point Already - Contestar

    there seems to be a missing step here. Nowhere are we told to remove the screws on this board.

    adcurtin - Contestar

    It is not necessary to remove the white flat cable. After removing the three gold screws from the board, go to the next steps and in step 9 remove the cover while hold the board against the cover to prevent stress on the white cable.

    Whole Witt - Contestar

    @Whole Witt, I second this. When you get to step 9 to remove the cover, just carefully remove the board, then remove the cover along with the board. You can leave the board in the cover.

    jonathan acosta - Contestar

    this is the worst step microsoft did bout this whole machine. most fragile thing is this right here. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    matt C - Contestar

    ok so the white thing see, just take finger nail. and on the far edge flip it up.. very delicate. putting back together flip down. its the the white plastic thing that moves

    matt C - Contestar

    To reinstall put it back down and push the ribbon into it. it will click into place

    matt C - Contestar

  7. On the top of the device in the corner directly above the white connector, there is an oval plate held in place by two screws. Remove both of these 7mm screws with a Torx T9 screwdriver. Lift the detached plate off to the side.
    • On the top of the device in the corner directly above the white connector, there is an oval plate held in place by two screws.

    • Remove both of these 7mm screws with a Torx T9 screwdriver.

    • Lift the detached plate off to the side.

    • The plate is still connected to the device.

    These are actually T8. Be careful trying to use a T9.

    Christopher McKay - Contestar

    these have the blue goo on them if you like me got a pile of screws

    matt C - Contestar

  8. Use a Torx T9 screwdriver to remove the six 47mm long screws, which attach the bottom side of the outer case. Use a Torx T9 screwdriver to remove the six 47mm long screws, which attach the bottom side of the outer case.
    • Use a Torx T9 screwdriver to remove the six 47mm long screws, which attach the bottom side of the outer case.

    These are all T10 on my Scorpio.

    Christopher McKay - Contestar

    These are T10 on the Xbox One X MFR Date 22-OCT-2017. You could get away with T9 and would be careful.

    Richard Lloyd (Tekeek) - Contestar

    My manufacture date is 15-JUN-18 and is not a Scorpio and is still T10. I would not recommend using a T9.

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

    They are t-10 and t-8

    Kellie Ramos - Contestar

  9. Turn the Xbox over, so that the bottom of the case is on top. Lift the bottom of the case off of the Xbox by pulling it up and toward you. Lift the bottom of the case off of the Xbox by pulling it up and toward you.
    • Turn the Xbox over, so that the bottom of the case is on top.

    • Lift the bottom of the case off of the Xbox by pulling it up and toward you.

    I had to slide it forward off of the disc drive a little bit before I could lift up.

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

    When putting this cover back on, lay it flat and slide the case into it, slightly angling the front down so the plastic lugs on the BD-ROM fascia board slide into the slots in the cover You’ll have to push to the left slightly (with the cover flat side down and the front facing you) so as to depress the clip on the left-front side of the cover. You can check that the cover is on correctly by looking at the back of the cover and case and ensuring the screw holes on the cover line up with the case bezel.

    Chris Knight - Contestar

  10. Flip over the device again, so that the top is facing upwards.
    • Flip over the device again, so that the top is facing upwards.

    • Remove the 4 smaller 11mm screws in the lower left corner on the metal casing using a Torx T9 screwdriver.

    ugh, this is the worst step. you only should remove the 4 screws in the lower left for the hard drive. the rest of the screws in this step should stay

    adcurtin - Contestar

    All T10 for me. The 4 red circle screws are for the hard drive and should be removed later.

    Christopher McKay - Contestar

    This step appears it should be before Step 9

    Richard Lloyd (Tekeek) - Contestar

    These are also T10 like in Step 8

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

    This is unnecessary to remove the cover, this is ONLY necessary for the HD.

    Euripedes Claudino Leal Jr - Contestar

    Note the 5th screw to remove, top middle, otherwise the casing will not come off in step 12.

    Richard Russell - Contestar

  11. Flip over the device again, so that the bottom is facing upwards. Using a Torx T10 screwdriver, remove the two screws located on opposite sides of the metal casing. One is near the fan vent, and the other is near the power supply vent.
    • Flip over the device again, so that the bottom is facing upwards.

    • Using a Torx T10 screwdriver, remove the two screws located on opposite sides of the metal casing. One is near the fan vent, and the other is near the power supply vent.

    • The left screw is 11mm and the right screw is 7.5 mm.

    T10 bit works better.

    Christopher McKay - Contestar

  12. Remove the metal casing by pulling it upward, revealing the interior components of the device. Remove the metal casing by pulling it upward, revealing the interior components of the device. Remove the metal casing by pulling it upward, revealing the interior components of the device.
    • Remove the metal casing by pulling it upward, revealing the interior components of the device.

  13. Lift and rotate the BD drive to reveal the wires that connect it to the motherboard. Lift and rotate the BD drive to reveal the wires that connect it to the motherboard. Lift and rotate the BD drive to reveal the wires that connect it to the motherboard.
    • Lift and rotate the BD drive to reveal the wires that connect it to the motherboard.

  14. Using your fingers, gently unplug the two sets of wires connecting the drive to the motherboard. Alternatively, you can disconnect the wires from the drive-side sockets. This is much easier if you have not removed the power supply. The BD drive should now be completely detached from the rest of the device, and it can be set aside.
    • Using your fingers, gently unplug the two sets of wires connecting the drive to the motherboard.

    • Alternatively, you can disconnect the wires from the drive-side sockets. This is much easier if you have not removed the power supply.

    • The BD drive should now be completely detached from the rest of the device, and it can be set aside.

    This step is much easier if you remove the black power supply module. Both wires are removed straight up (not towards the front of the Xbox, and forcing them forward could damage the wire, connector or board.

    Michael Alford - Contestar

    Alternatively remove the cables from the BD drive not the motherboard.

    Mark Kidd - Contestar

    You don’t have to remove the drive. just leave it connected after you remove the drive.

    jonathan acosta - Contestar

    If you’re just trying to get to the hard drive, I would recommend leaving the BD-ROM connected and just turn and rest it on the fan.

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

  15. Flip the console over.
    • Flip the console over.

    • The disc drive is only attached to the motherboard by two cable connectors. Hold the disc drive when flipping the console over to avoid damaging it.

    • Use a T10 Torx screwdriver to remove the four 11.4 mm screws securing the hard drive to the upper metal case.

  16. Flip the console back over, keeping in mind the disc drive is loose. Lift the disc drive up so that its metal tab is unhooked from the power supply. Flip the disc drive over and place it on the power supply. The disc drive should end up facing the opposite direction it started in.
    • Flip the console back over, keeping in mind the disc drive is loose.

    • Lift the disc drive up so that its metal tab is unhooked from the power supply.

    • Flip the disc drive over and place it on the power supply. The disc drive should end up facing the opposite direction it started in.

    • The disc drive is plugged into the motherboard. Avoid pulling and bending the cables more than necessary to prevent damage.

  17. Unplug the bundled cable connector connecting the hard drive to the motherboard by pulling directly upward. Unplug the bundled cable connector connecting the hard drive to the motherboard by pulling directly upward.
    • Unplug the bundled cable connector connecting the hard drive to the motherboard by pulling directly upward.

  18. Unplug the SATA cable connecting the hard drive to the motherboard by pulling directly upward. Unplug the SATA cable connecting the hard drive to the motherboard by pulling directly upward.
    • Unplug the SATA cable connecting the hard drive to the motherboard by pulling directly upward.

  19. Lift the hard drive assembly up out of the upper metal case. When moving the hard drive, hold it by the sides to prevent damage.
    • Lift the hard drive assembly up out of the upper metal case.

    • When moving the hard drive, hold it by the sides to prevent damage.

  20. Flip the hard drive over so that the plastic mounting bracket is facing upward.
    • Flip the hard drive over so that the plastic mounting bracket is facing upward.

    • Use a T10 Torx screwdriver to remove the four 8.6 mm screws attaching the hard drive to the mounting bracket.

  21. Lift the mounting bracket off the hard drive. Lift the mounting bracket off the hard drive.
    • Lift the mounting bracket off the hard drive.

  22. Unplug the hard drive connector from the hard drive by pulling parallel to the length of the drive. Unplug the hard drive connector from the hard drive by pulling parallel to the length of the drive.
    • Unplug the hard drive connector from the hard drive by pulling parallel to the length of the drive.

  23. Disconnect the plastic wire connector from the motherboard. Disconnect the plastic wire connector from the motherboard.
    • Disconnect the plastic wire connector from the motherboard.

  24. Remove the piece of foam by gently peeling it off the cooling system. After the foam has been removed, its adhesive may not work as well.
    • Remove the piece of foam by gently peeling it off the cooling system.

    • After the foam has been removed, its adhesive may not work as well.

  25. Remove the power supply by lifting it off the motherboard, while leaving its cord attached. Set the power supply outside of the case so that the cord is no longer over the cooling system.
    • Remove the power supply by lifting it off the motherboard, while leaving its cord attached.

    • Set the power supply outside of the case so that the cord is no longer over the cooling system.

    There are two more screws directly underneath the power supply (from the bottom side) that you need to remove first, otherwise the power supply is not going anywhere. Look on the bottom side of the metal outer case, and you’ll see two screws.

    Harsha - Contestar

    Das Netzteil hat an der Rückseite des Metalgehäuse noch eine 11mm T9 Schraube

    Marcel Scharmann - Contestar

  26. Remove the cooling system by lifting it vertically off of the motherboard. Remove the cooling system by lifting it vertically off of the motherboard.
    • Remove the cooling system by lifting it vertically off of the motherboard.

    There was 1 more screw still attached on the bottom that I had to remove before this would come out.

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

  27. Lift the metal piece connected to the cord out of the case. Lift the metal piece connected to the cord out of the case. Lift the metal piece connected to the cord out of the case.
    • Lift the metal piece connected to the cord out of the case.

    2 more screws on the back.

    Bryan Remely - Contestar

Conclusión

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

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Hola, ¿dónde podría comprar una fuente de energía? Gracias

mevanlosciclos - Contestar

just let mi knlw where i can buy this spares power suply becouse i checked all internet and not find

Jarosław Kędziora - Contestar

Can a power supply be dismantled also to check fuse and capacitors?

Marin Ercegović - Contestar

So I followed this to the letter. However at the end I was unable to remove the metal piece in Step 21 of the PSU as it was still screwed down to the frame. After going back through I noticed that a step was missing between 8 and 10. In Step 8 the 2 screws holding the metal piece shown in Step 21 to the frame are shown screwed in and yet by Step 10 they are out. There was no image highlighting which screws they ware like in Step 8.

Additionally, what size screws are those?

Richard Lloyd (Tekeek) - Contestar

Also, it seems Step 8, 9 and 10 are out of order.

Richard Lloyd (Tekeek) -

It’s a shame that none of the comments on this guide have been integrated into the steps. I followed this guide because it looked comprehensive. In fact, it is wrong (as the comments show) in a number of places. But I have now managed to replace my power supply and this guide did help (mostly).

The problems are around step 10. The red screws shown hold the HDD (not the BD Drive) in place. You do not need to remove these to remove the power supply. However, the Step 10 picture also shows lots of other screws (removed) that you DO need to remove. This is to remove the fan and ducting (step 20); the two screws that actually retain the power supply (step 19) and the two screws that hold the power supply socket in place (step 21). You don’t need to unplug the HDD in step 15 either. The BD drive is just resting on it and the fan can be unplugged without it removed.

Note: The hardest bit is putting the white clip (step 6) back in and also putting the top lid back on!

John H - Contestar

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