BigDaddyPanda - Gaming - Vlogs: my powerbrick won't come apart dude anyone have any suggestions ? I got the screws out but it won't come apart
autompd: Nice work bench!
OMC x Dr0pSh0tz: So you smash it aganist the concrete? LOL you clearly broke it more
osito charmin: Where did u buy this fuse? I have the same problem with my power supply. Thank you
Shawna Graham: Oh hell just use a 16Lb sledge next time
Second Unit Aerials: Wow, you smashed it against the concrete?! You simply need to remove the four rubber feet and then when the tiny hole under each foot is exposed, put a thin bladed screwdriver into the hole and angle sideways. This will remove the plastic caps that covers each Torx screw.
If you ever open a repairs shop, get someone to take away all of the concrete beofre you start trading!
S.B.A Street Skateboarding: this is funny af
AquiredCents: SMACK it on the concrete. HEEHAW!
Sam Fredricks: Hey thanks alot man. took off the top, a cord to the light was unplugged. I was just gonna buy a new one but this vid motivated me to do it so thanks bud!
Social Engineer: my power brick fried because of being suffocated, anyone here know if that couldve damaged my xbox console?
gamma ray: How did you get the rubber stoppers out cause i tried and pulled one on half
rorymurphylol: so glad you told us about your wife being in bed and you had to smack it on the bricks out front, no one cares get on with the video.
Kevin Minor: Man I keep getting a message telling me about my system cutting off automatically due to overheating could the power brick be causing this? Or does my system need to be cleaned?
Travis Land: Not true. Disassembly of an Xbox 360 is relatively easy. Not in comparision to a PS3, no, but it just takes a little patience and a couple small tools.
Delicia Q: your doing the most
San Tovmasyan: how much fps have a xbox gamers?
dominic brown: I just turned mine on and off and it works no joke and it works for hours
cgarrand1: Remind me not to let you work on my computer , I don't think it could handle a beating on bricks and concrete :) J.K I know some of these things can be a pain in the A** to disassemble .
Anthony Ricciardi: It's called "solder" everywhere they just have no idea what they're talking about