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This guide will go through the steps necessary to remove the power supply unit from the PlayStation 4 Pro. Some disassembly is required for this removal, but it is one of the first things that can be removed from the PS4 Pro.

  1. Begin by flipping the console upside down. Use your finger to pull and snap off the plastic cover over the hard drive. Use your finger to pull and snap off the plastic cover over the hard drive.
    • Begin by flipping the console upside down.

    • Use your finger to pull and snap off the plastic cover over the hard drive.

  2. Use a screwdriver to remove the single Phillips #0 screw securing the hard drive caddy. Pull the hard drive caddy straight out.
    • Use a screwdriver to remove the single Phillips #0 screw securing the hard drive caddy.

    • Pull the hard drive caddy straight out.

  3. Flip the console right side up. Grip the two corners located at the front of the device. Pull upwards until a loud click is heard.
    • Flip the console right side up.

    • Grip the two corners located at the front of the device.

    • Pull upwards until a loud click is heard.

    • This may require a lot of force, so do not be afraid to get a little rough with your console.

    • After both corners detach, slide the cover backwards and lift off.

  4. Use a T8 Torx Security screwdriver to remove the five screws. Two 31mm screws. Three 10mm screws.
    • Use a T8 Torx Security screwdriver to remove the five screws.

    • Two 31mm screws.

    • Three 10mm screws.

    • Remove the metal plate.

    I couldn’t open the middle 10mm screw with T8 Torx Security screwdriver :(

    Rifat Nabi - Antwort

    I can’t get that middle black screw out with anything. My torx isn’t doing anything.

    Cai Hayz - Antwort

    How do I get the middle plastic black screw out? It's not doing anything but stripping it.

    Mike Strong - Antwort

    it’s like rubber or something on that middle screw.

    Coker Lisonbee - Antwort

    On newer models the black screw in the middle is just plastic and does not have to be removed. Skip it or you’ll just drive yourself crazy and end up producing a small pile of plastic-dust and that’s it.

    Allan Paiste - Antwort

  5. Flip the console to its back once again. Use a T8 Torx Security screwdriver to remove the three black 7mm screws in the back panel. Remove the bottom cover in the same way as the top cover. Grip on both sides, pull up until a click is heard and slide off.
    • Flip the console to its back once again.

    • Use a T8 Torx Security screwdriver to remove the three black 7mm screws in the back panel.

    • Remove the bottom cover in the same way as the top cover. Grip on both sides, pull up until a click is heard and slide off.

    If you have a console that has not been fixed before - these screws will be hidden under warranty stickers - so make sure you understand that completing this step will basically void the warranty.

    Allan Paiste - Antwort

  6. Use a T8 Torx security screwdriver to remove the two 10mm silver screws from the metal plate. Use a T8 Torx security screwdriver to remove the two 10mm silver screws from the metal plate.
    • Use a T8 Torx security screwdriver to remove the two 10mm silver screws from the metal plate.

  7. Flip the console over to continue working on the top side. Place fingers underneath edge of power supply unit on both sides and pull straight up. Be careful not to pull too far, the assembly is still connected at one point.
    • Flip the console over to continue working on the top side.

    • Place fingers underneath edge of power supply unit on both sides and pull straight up.

    • Be careful not to pull too far, the assembly is still connected at one point.

    • Grip the connector behind the power supply and pull straight out.

    If you are having trouble lifting the power supply from the system with all screws already out flip the system over and push inward and up on the plug

    blake - Antwort

    what kind of wire is that ive been looking everywhere for a replacement

    craclighterr - Antwort

    Are all ps4 pro power supply models compatible with all motherboard models? I want to change all the components from a newer ps4 pro to a white ps4 pro, but this one has different power cable and should keep its power supply. Is this possible?

    icaroxp - Antwort

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Thank you soooo much for helping me save my ps4 pro guys! At the moment I love you like no one before! ;D

Fayce D D - Antwort

Can you go further in your tear-down and show us how to open up the power supply without breaking the PSU plastic case? Thanks. ^_^

Matt - Antwort

I bought a PS4 power supply CR 300 and my PS4 has an FR 300 power supply will they interchange

joseph fish - Antwort

My PlayStation Pro has a power supply FR 300 and the power supply I bought was a CR 300 power supply will they interchange

joseph fish - Antwort

Hola como saber que tipo de fuente vida mi ps4 pro modelo 7215b

Tomás Javier - Antwort

for anyone attempting this please note that the motherboard connector for the power supply is very fragile and might break off will trying to disconnect. Try pinching the connector on the motherboard and gently pulling on the cables to try and keep that from happening

Markus Cevera - Antwort

When the power supply finally fails, is this a fire hazard?

dotcomtim - Antwort

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