Xbox 360 Wireless Reciever wont turn on fix

Xbox 360 Wireless Reciever wont turn on fix

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f1 fuse on bottom. its a .25 amp fuse. You do this at your own risk. Works for me.

this is a Microsoft Xbox 360 wireless receiver for Windows you hook it up to your computer with the USB key problem with this point it won't power up to the way LED light does not come on and it also took out the USB port on the computer I'm gonna take it apart and see what I find out first in order to take it apart just take this little small screwdriver such as small flat tip and get in between the wire housing and that and you just work your way around it till you get all the way around this pops off and then you have your circuit board and if you led there and it looks like a bunch of surface mountain I'm gonna see what I can find out and then I'll get back to the next video once you take it out of this housing you can flip it on this back and just see it it's got a processor and this is would be your wireless part f1 you'll find it it's probably going to be blown I'm going to replace this with just a jumper they don't have a fuse for that I don't recommend it I'm just gonna put as either a jumper or solder boots over them and we'll see what happens gonna make sure it works don't you like back on thanks for watching I'll see you next time

28 Replies to “Xbox 360 Wireless Reciever wont turn on fix”

  1. Jules Hancock

    Bro I did the most dodgy solder blob and almost melted the whole circuit board, AND it INSTANTLY worked when I put it back together. Thank you VERY much for this video!

  2. Temos

    Thanks man. I try for all day to fix it with drivers a Windows updates. Then a saw your video and give it a shot and divine diode lights up 😀 Thanks again.

  3. Phelix Velocerix

    So I just take it apart and press on the F1 fuse? Also does this work with a HDE connector too? I might need to get a pocket knife to pop it open but really all you have to do is press on the fuse?

  4. mvandeven

    Seems like one of those fixes that will totally leave you disappointed, but it works great. If you have a proper soldering iron, go ahead and remove the F1 fuse altogether and bridge its connection with solder. No reason to leave the fuse in there after it's been blown. Thanks for this video.

  5. skendel

    I ran into this problem today. I was thinking I was going to have to buy another receiver. Then, for grins, I searched the internet for this issue and ran across this issue and another video like it. I have a really old soldering iron with a big ass tip on it. About the size of a pea. I heated it up, put it to the fuse, fussed around with it for a minute or two until it popped off because I couldn't get solder to bridge across the top (tellin you, big tip on this iron, lucky I got the fuse off at all, LOL), fussed with it some more trying to get enough solder on it to bridge it across, plugged it in, and it worked. 🙂

    One thing I noticed when putting it back together, the lid doesn't really snap back together. The top kinda lays there on it. I looked at it a little closer and it looks like the plastic was just fused together. So, it's still a little loose on there, but it shouldn't be messed with so it shouldn't be an issue. Just would have rather it snapped back on.

    Thank you for this video. I probably would have never thought there was a fuse on it. Just really didn't think it would need it. Seems kinda silly, honestly.

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