Repair Shop DESTROYS PS5 – Can I Save It?!

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Repair Shop DESTROYS PS5 – Can I Save It?! Customer took their PS5 into a repair shop so they could repair the HDMI port… but while fixing it, they tried to put a screw through the motherboard! Then the repair shop refused to do anything to make it right so someone tagged me on Twitter to see if I would try to fix the PS5. In this video I’ll inspect the damage and then see if I can get this PS5 working again.

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  1. avatar
    Harmonica200 says:

    In my country, there are a lot of unhonest repair shop that will take your screws away probably sell them later or keep them as spares. So I think the missing screws in your video were deliberately taken away.

  2. avatar
    Vergil the legendary dark slayer says:

    Makes me wonder if that repair shop took those screws as “spares”
    And that customer should send that repair shop a letter of demand and threaten to sue them for a new console
    They’ll likely settle out of court since they don’t have a legal leg to stand on

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