Why won't Xbox One turn on after optical drive replacement?
I've recently replaced my optical drive, following all steps from this guide, and opening up the old and new drives to switch the PCBs. Upon installing the new optical drive with the old PCB soldered and connected up, I tried to turn my Xbox One on, but it won't turn on.
When pressing the front panel buttons, there will be noise from the speaker, but it's much more quiet than usual, but that does mean that there is power. Based on other forums/videos I've seen, it shouldn't matter whether or not the new optical drive works, for my Xbox One to turn on, so I don't think there's an issue with the optical drive preventing it from powering on.
I've taken it apart at least three times now, I've tried swapping the PCB back into the original optical drive and plugging that in there, but that also didn't help, same issue occurred.
Do you guys have any ideas what the issue could be? I'm fairly confident it doesn't have to do with the optical drive, and I'm fairly confident that all connections are secure, but I've not worked with Xbox Ones before, so I could be wrong.
Thanks for any help!
Edit: Here's a link to an imgur album with images of this: (http://imgur.com/a/6xIvj)
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