Gpu Reball Service & Other Rrod Repair
Posted 27 March 2012 - 02:32 AM
Reballed the Gpu chip. Did some other small mod stuff. This system is a jtaged Xenon
ksuhumpy should have their system back on Thursday. Priority shipping takes two days
Posted 29 March 2012 - 02:40 AM
Only applies to those who are comfortable with opening and taking apart their 360.
For repairs dealing with reballing, reflowing or component replacement on the motherboard - One only has to send the motherboard.
I have all the side devices for checking to see if repair is complete. So this can greatly cut down the weight that is being shipped.
The entire 360 without hard drive and cords weighs just under 8 pounds. The 360 motherboard itself just weighs under 1 pound. When it comes to Parcel shipping or UPS Ground - weight is everything
1 pound from Boston to Iowa is $5.50 in the Postal system
Or 3 or 4 - 360 motherboards could be sent by Medium Flat Rate Priority for 11.35
If you decide on just shipping the motherboard; you're going to need to protect it. Bubble wrap .... ship it within its stock cage ... just something. Package handlers aren't always careful
If you have questions - just pm me
Posted 30 March 2012 - 08:52 PM
The system works great now.
I also wanted to say that Will kept in constant contact (moreso than anyone else I've ever done business with online) and is very friendly!
He even did a lot of extra work that I didn't pay for and offered me freebies when he definitely did not have to!
Out of all the people I was considering for for the job, I'm glad I chose him and won't think twice about him if I ever need work done again.
Wish I could buy the guy a beer!
Posted 11 April 2012 - 06:01 AM
Jcb890 has another that is 0110 - and its been more challenging than usual.
Will be tackling an E76 for dopesun - here any day now. Its on route
Some updates on shipping options. If you buy postage online from the Usps, thru the Click N Ship ... You can get two day Priority shipping on a Medium Flat Rate box for 10.85 ... And it will include Tracking for free
Definitely a way to save a few dollars with shipping
So - does anyone have any questions ?
Posted 14 April 2012 - 05:33 AM
I replaced his ICS ethernet controller chip. Process went very smooth
dopesun has two other consoles for me to check out. Haven't checked their error codes yet, but will soon. Then I will later mention the progress of those
Posted 17 April 2012 - 04:06 PM
Posted 24 April 2012 - 11:51 AM
one with a E76 ... one with a E74 ... and one with a E79
The E76 fixed
The E74 fixed
The E79 - has a deep scratch running parallel to the Nand chip. Nailing several traces. Probably nothing I can do there
Posted 07 May 2012 - 04:17 AM
Going to provide some info - on a negative slant. But just being truthful; providing some disclosure
Looks like I might have failed two Xbox Scene members in repairs. I don't remember their screen names right off hand. Both named Jake - funny enough. Jake B and Jake T
With Jake B - he sent me two consoles. Only one has been repaired so far.
With Jake T - still trying but it doesn't look good
These should have been textbook reball repairs. But something didn't pan out. There could have been prior repair attempts from other people; that might have affected the chances of completion. Uncertain why there is a failure
Posted 12 May 2012 - 08:42 AM
Did a Reball on a Gpu chip for a Laptop. The chip was an AMD Radeon. The laptop - a Toshiba L505D. And this job was for an Xbox-Scene member.
that person - mikeyngo
Going to see if they might leave some comments about this job; here in this topic
They did final assembly ... And said that its working great now
Posted 12 May 2012 - 07:10 PM
The item was done the next day when he received the stencil and mailed out. I finally had the chance to assemble my laptop together and its working perfectly. Work was done very professionally.
Thank you WilGot45. I finally found a person I can really trust to get reball dones on xbox360s and also special requests.
Posted 29 May 2012 - 10:12 PM
He had an E74
Reballed the Gpu - system is back up. Also did a little service maintenance to his dvd drive.
Should be mailing his 360 back tomorrow or thurs
Posted 04 June 2012 - 04:24 PM
Thanks so much Wilgo! You're the man! I will definitely ask go to you for more repairs in the future!
Edited by ISkate0I, 04 June 2012 - 04:27 PM.
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