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I had this issue too. Would turn on my xbox one S the fan would kick on then a few seconds later it would power down. My unit was way past warranty so I decided to look into repairing it myself. After watching about 2 hour worth of xbox dismantle and possible repair videos I felt confident enough to take a look inside. A few specialty tools are required and definately a decent level of patience. WhatI completely dismantled the unit into all of its pieces. Dusted everything with canned air. Inspected for any obvious burnt out pieces or components. What I found was the heat sync had dried out the thermal paste between the two units. After cleaning the old paste off, reapplying new, and then reassembling. My xbox has worked for three months now with no issues. The most helpful video I found was (Xbox One S Disassembly and Replacing Thermal 2016) by Geek Sauce or (Xbox One S Detailed Assembly - Replacing Thermal Paste) by TronicsFix. These videos offer helpful tips on dismantle and cleaning components. Hope this helps someone else out there. It was hard to find an answer outside of turn it off then back on or try a hair dryer non-sense.
I had this issue too. Would turn on my xbox one S the fan would kick on then a few seconds later it would power down. My unit was way past warranty so I decided to look into repairing it myself. After watching about 2 hour worth of xbox dismantle and possible repair videos I felt confident enough to take a look inside. A few specialty tools are required and definately a decent level of patience. WhatI completely dismantled the unit into all of its pieces. Dusted everything with canned air. Inspected for any obvious burnt out pieces or components. What I found was the heat sync had dried out the thermal paste between the two units. After cleaning the old paste off, reapplying new, and then reassembling. My xbox has worked for three months now with no issues. The most helpful video I found was (Xbox One S Disassembly and Replacing Thermal 2016) by Geek Sauce or (Xbox One S Detailed Assembly - Replacing Thermal Paste) by TronicsFix. These videos offer helpful tips on dismantle and cleaning components. Hope this helps someone else out there. It was hard to find an answer outside of turn it off then back on or try a hair dryer non-sense.

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I had this issue too. Would turn on my xbox one S  the fan would kick on then a few seconds later it would power down. My unit was way past warranty so I decided to look into repairing it myself. After watching about 2 hour worth of xbox dismantle and possible repair videos I felt confident enough to take a look inside. A few specialty tools are required and definately a decent level of patience. What I found was the heat sync had dried out the thermal paste between the two units. After cleaning the old paste off, reapplying new, and then reassembling. My xbox has worked for three months now with no issues. The most helpful video I found was (Xbox One S Disassembly and Replacing Thermal 2016) by Geek Sauce or (Xbox One S Detailed Assembly - Replacing Thermal Paste) by TronicsFix. Hope this helps someone else out there. It was hard to find an answer outside of turn it off then back on or try a hair dryer non-sense.

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