TronicsFix shows you how you may be able to fix your PS4 that turns on then right back off with this DIY video.
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We take a PS4 that turns on then right back off and repair it. This repair includes removing the hard drive cover on the console and the other top cover to access the APU and heat sink clamp. We then put spacers under the APU to create more pressure on it which helps it get a better connection to the motherboard.
This fix generally works for quite a while but there's no way to know for sure how long it will last. Some consoles have lasted more than 1 and a half years.
-Hakko Hot Air Station:
-Nozzle for hot air station:
-Hakko Soldering Station:
-Hakko Air Filter:
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