Broken PS4? You have options!


by Steve Porter June 01, 2017

If you've got a broken PS4 you have three options for repairs:

  1. Warranty Repairs
  2. DIY Fixes
  3. Independent Repair Shops

While each of these options is great for specific situations they are not all good options in every case. Let's take a look at each so you can decide which would work best for you. 

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Warranty Repairs

Warranty repair is by far the best option in most cases if your console is fairly new. Most retailers offer 90 day to 1-year warranties and/or exchanges so you can usually just take it back for an exchange if there is a problem soon after you purchase it. 

Sony normally offers a 1-year warranty for all of their game consoles. This warranty is good for most anything that goes wrong with your PS4 but keep in mind that this would not cover things like drops, liquid spills, and bug infested consoles. 

If your broken PS4 is under 1 year old sending it to the manufacturer for repairs or exchanging it at the store where you purchased it from is definitely the best option. You'll always want to keep the receipt when you first purchase your console as stores will usually not exchange it unless you can prove that you bought it there. 

PS4 DIY Repair

DIY Fixes

If your PS4 is older than one year and you are handy with tools, small parts, and electronics then you may be able to fix your console yourself. They key here is being realistic and honest with yourself with your skills and abilities. If you aren't good with electronics and/or tools then you'll likely end up breaking it more, causing more damage and costing more money to fix when you send it in for repairs. 

There are lots of great resources for those wishing to repair their own PS4 and one of the best sources of repair info is Youtube. TronicsFix offers lots of DIY PS4 repair videos for those wishing to repair their own device. Check it out here. 

Independent Repair Shop

Independent Repair Shops

Independent repair shops are a great choice for third party repairs when your broken PS4 is not under warranty and you've decided that you can't fix it yourself. Here's a little more about us.

We are a national PS4 repair facility and we have experience fixing every problem that PS4's have. We use quality parts and have the experience to fix your game console right the first time.

We service and repair game consoles from all over the US. How does this work? Well, it's quite simple. Basically, you would buy the repair from our website and send your broken console to us. Once we receive it we would let you know we have it, repair and test it, then let you know it's done and send it back. We always provide tracking numbers so you would be able to track it every step of the way. 

One of the features our customers seem to like best is the ability to choose how quickly their console is repaired. We offer 5 business day, 3 business day and 1 business day pricing for our repairs. This enables customers to pay more if they would like to get their device back faster. 

Not only are our repairs fast and reliable they are also affordable. We can fix broken PS4's at such a great price because we repair a large volume of devices. We repair literally thousands of game consoles so we can buy parts in bulk, get shipping discounts and learn to complete repairs quickly yet accurately.

Send Us Your Repairs

If you have a broken PS4 and need someone to fix it fast, at a great price, then consider sending it to us. We have lots of great reviews and happy customers. You can find more information on PS4 repairs in on our repair pages here>>>




Steve Porter
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2 Responses

Steve
Steve

January 02, 2017

You may be able to fix it yourself. Here’s a video that shows how: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pszuueUTBrk

charles Amofordjuoh
charles Amofordjuoh

December 30, 2016

Can you fix the blue light of death? I have this issue for three years now.

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