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The Xbox Series X is Microsoft's next-gen 4K gaming console. The Xbox Series X was released alongside its companion console, the Xbox Series S, on November 10th, 2020.

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Broken Xbox Series X power ribbon clip!

Hello does anyone happen to know where i can get a replacement clip for the power ribbon for my series x or even a solid duct tape fix for now? Long story short, we live in the middle of nowhere in a 150 year old house regular cleaning is essential, so I wasn't listening to someone when I should have, so to get my attention she hooks the ribbon with her pinkie and POP!. But as far as I can tell there is no damage to the bridge board. Just a couple of the pins on the ribbon connector are scrunched back a little and the grey piece you press to release the cable has a half a centimeter gap that is broken out. I'm about 98.2% sure that the ribbon cable not seating in is the issue. So if anyone has a fix or link to where I could find this little part it would be greatly appreciated.

Update (10/04/2021)

Here is this pic drew, its a little worse than i thought

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Can you take a picture of the damaged ribbon connector? Adding images to an existing question

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@andrewsawesome Sorry it took so long to reply back. It has been chaos the last few days work being busy, the weather being crap for this time of year, and having my niece and nephew over, who just go full blast from 6am -10pm. I managed to snap a couple pics with my phone camera and this was the only that looks like I haven't drank 14 cups of coffee. Thats the only thing that is broken, and it worse than when i put it up. There was just a small piece on the top left gone, I watched the rest fall off when i sat it down to take a picture, but i don't really see a way other than finding that connector, and desolder that one and fitting a new one. But I'm up for suggestions. Sorry about the slow reply and getting off topic back there. Thanks for your time!

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If you still need this part I have a link I ordered mine from a guy in Arizona it's a 1.50

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Would you send me that link please? I ordered two from a electronic salvage company 2.25 a piece and they weren't the right one's, they was top contact 10 pin but they wouldn't line up with the board. And the company that makes them i-pex, a salesman e-mailed me the next day and asked if it was commercial or retail, i told him neither i just want some to repair myseries x, and didn't hear another word from them. Well my impression is, the don't want anything to do with a person that isn't going to make a several thousand dollar order. I would greatly appreciate that link if you would post it to me, THANKS

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@adzholey_o hello, did you ever manage to get that fixed? I'm in the exact same predicament at the moment. I just saw the link the other person posted and ordered a few. Was just curious how the replacement process is.

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You will need to to replace the connector. The part is a 10 pin EVAFLEX 5-VS(part no. 20535-010E-02) from I-Pex.

To replace the connector, you will need

A) A soldering iron, leaded or unleaded solder, low melt solder, solder braid, and a solder sucker .

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B) A heat gun, solder braid, Kaptan tape, and a soldering iron

For option A)

Connector removal:

  1. Heat up the soldering iron. Add a small amount of low-melt solder to the tip of the iron.
  2. Add a small amount of low-melt solder to the tip of the iron.Drag the soldering iron on the pins of the connector.
  3. Drag the soldering iron on the pins of the connector. Add low-melt solder to each of the outside pins.
  4. Add low-melt solder to each of the outside pins.Heat up one of the outside pins, then use the solder sucker to remove the solder from the joint.
  5. Heat up one of the outside pins, then use the solder sucker to remove the solder from the joint.
  6. Repeat step 5 for the other outside pin.
  7. Use a solder braid to remove any additional solder on the outside pins. After this step, you should be able to bend the connector up.
  8. Bend the connector up so that the outside pins aren't touching the motherboard.
  9. Reheat the solder connections on the middle pins. Use a tweezer to remove the connector, being careful not to damage any traces.
  10. Use a soldering iron and solder braid to remove the low-melt solder from the pads it was applied to.

Soldering in the connector

  1. Add a small amount of leaded or lead-free solder to the tip of your soldering iron.
  2. Add a small amount of flux to the middle pads.
  3. Place the connector onto the motherboard.
  4. Line the connector pins up with the connector pads on the motherboard.
  5. Apply solder to all of the middle pins, making sure to prevent any solder bridges.
  6. Apply solder to the 2 outside pins of the connector.

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I looked everywhere i could think of, an couldn't find crap, not even close. If you would happen to know of any third party retailers would you link me those to please. Nothing against the manufacturer, it just seems like they are more inclined to customers who are in full production, but Thank you very much

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@adzholey_o You can get it at https://sourcelyplus.com/collections/xbo... (I-Pex has some of their connectors on Digi-Key, but not this one).

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