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TykSak
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Kudo and question

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Yeah, didn't mean to imply it was my idea...I read it on your tutorial.



Its just that some people read the the tutorial on XBS and the frezer trick hasnt been added there so they com here to tell me to add it and I did but I cant add it to the XBS tutorial.

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controller port lights

Hi, does anyone know a website where i can see how to do the controller ports led mod, and the eject button mod??

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They should all be here theres also a search function that I find very helpfull when looking for a specific tutorial on XBS

good luck with the modding

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tyksak about how long did you take for each sanding stage of the jewel?

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Until it was level (removed the scratches from the larger grit sandpaper)

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Unhappy Fine Scratchs

Hey TykSak, great tutorial.

I tried doing it, do I have to use the exact same grit paper that you used? I've done the toothpasting, but I've still got lots of very fine scratches, how do I get rid of them?

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You have to get the jewel completely flat before using the toothpaste but if you have some Brasso you can try using that instead of toothpaste (it should sand better)

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Hey Tyksak, great tutorial, just wondering about the jewel, after i got it poped off with the freez method and hitting it with my fist for about 20 sec , but the problem is that i have painted it already(the top bit) and i dont think i will be able to get a good sand job done on the top of the jewel, so if you have tryed useing that Easy Off stuff let me know if it works well and dose not cloud up the plastic

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You need to use something that is mild enough so it wont "burn" the plastic but strong enough to remove the paint

that oven cleaner might work or else try some iso alcohol

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Thank you for the information, I was just wondering after looking at your clear xbox and controller project to make them a translucent black, were did you get those or did you find away to make them clear

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Jewel Removel

I tried to used the hairdrier method, but it was taking too long so, I used the household stove. I hovered the BOTTOM of the case top about 3 to 4 inches for 5 to 7 second with medium low heat. Then I used a butter knife and worked around the edge of the jewel for about 10 to 15 seconds, and re-heated; jewel was off and case was unharmed in about 90 seconds.... Used the hairdrier and 10 minutes, didnt even move.

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just use the frezer, put it in the ice box for about 2 hours and then hit the underside of the box lid with your hand(dont be afraid of it, smack it hard) and it should pop right off

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I used the freezer-method too - worked like a charm - no risc as I see it...

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How do i open my xbox?

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Theres 6 screws you need to remove (4 under the rubber feet and 2 under the stickers)

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