Here at ApexCPR, We Repair 21st Century Game Consoles!

Call Now 1-844-446-6502

Video games and accessories can be expensive enough!

So why pay hundreds of dollars to replace your broken video game system, if you can just repair your broken console at a fraction of the cost instead?

We offer repair services for the following video game consoles:

Nintendo DS \ 3DS \ Wii \ Wii U \ Switch

Sony PSP \ PSP Vita \ PS3 \ PS4

Microsoft Xbox 360 \ Xbox One

Common signs of a console in need of repair include:

Red rings or flashing lights on the power button

Disc read errors or playback issues

Constant video game or application crashes

System power failure

Nonfunctional fans or cooling

Unable to connect to the internet using Wi-Fi or an Ethernet cable.

Other miscellaneous glitches or errors, etc.

Don’t let your video game investments and equipment go to waste because of a broken console any longer!

Here at ApexCPR we’ll have your console up and running again in no time so that you can go back to using all your system’s best features, and playing all your favorite video games in no time!

Just ship your console off to us or drop it off in person, and we’ll have your system up and running again like its brand new!

But wait, here’s where things get better…

If for any reasons we are unable to repair your video game console for you, we will return all your money as well!

So, what are you waiting for?

Give us a call at 1-844-446-6502, or visit us in person, and one of our professionals will get you back to your gaming, in record time!

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Xbox Powered and Operating

The power LED is illuminated green when the Xbox is switched on and operating normally. The number of quadrants lit indicates how many controllers are connected.
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Hardware Failure

When a failure of a hardware component occurs, Q4 will flash red. Usually a two digit error code is displayed on the connected display at the bottom of a multi-lingual error notification. (such as E74)
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Overheating

When the temperature of the Xbox 360 reaches an unusually high level, the Xbox will shut off the CPU and GPU. It will then run the fans at full speed and flash Q1 and Q3 on the ring of light until the console has cooled sufficiently. This can also can be a voltage irregularity with one of the chips that needs service.
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GPU/CPU Failure

When a failure of one or more core components occurs, Q1, Q3, and Q4 will flash red. This is similar to the one red light error, but is usually related directly to the GPU or CPU and no error code will be displayed onscreen.
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AV Cable Error

When the AV cable is not detected due to it not being plugged in or to a more serious problem, all four quadrants of the ring of light will flash red. This error will not display on Xbox 360′s with an HDMI connection, instead no quadrants will light until an HDMI connection is made.