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[title|Roku XD 2050X Troubleshooting]
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-[summary]First generation of Roku’s video streaming set-top-box. Released in September 2010, identified by model number 2050X.[/summary]
+[summary]Released in September 2010, the Roku XD is the first generation of Roku’s video streaming set-top-box. The Roku XD is identified by model number 2050X.[/summary]
If you have determined that the power cable is not the source of the problem, you will need to check the solder joints at the power port terminals. If the terminals are loose, they will need to be re-soldered. For help with soldering view the iFixit [guide|750|soldering guide].
-If the terminals are broken you will need to [guide|0|replace the power port].
+If the terminals are broken you will need to [guide|37976|replace the power port].
=== Faulty Motherboard ===
-If you have determined that the neither power cable nor the power port is the source of the problem, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|0|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
+If you have determined that the neither power cable nor the power port is the source of the problem, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|37977|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
== Remote Not Responding ==
=== Button Contacts Are Dirty ===
-To clean the remote contacts, open the remote following the [guide|0|remote disassembly guide]. Then, use Q-tips and rubbing alcohol to clean the contacts on the circuit board and on the rubber pad.
+To clean the remote contacts, open the remote following the [guide|37980|remote disassembly guide]. Then, use Q-tips and rubbing alcohol to clean the contacts on the circuit board and on the rubber pad.
=== Battery Terminals Are Cracked or Loose ===
Check the solder joints at battery terminals. If the terminals are loose, they will need to be re-soldered. For help with soldering view the iFixit [guide|750|soldering guide].
-If the terminals are broken you will need to [guide|0|replace the terminals].
+If the terminals are broken you will need to [guide|37981|replace the terminals].
=== Faulty IR LED ===
Next, check the solder joints at the LED terminals. If the terminals are loose, they will need to be re-soldered. For help with soldering view the iFixit [guide|750|soldering guide]
-If the terminals are broken you will need to [guide|0|replace the LED]
+If the terminals are broken you will need to [guide|37982|replace the LED]
=== Faulty Remote Circuit Board ===
-If you have ensured that the batteries, terminals, and IR LED are not the problem, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the circuit board have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|0|replace the circuit board] or replace the remote.
+If you have ensured that the batteries, terminals, and IR LED are not the problem, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the circuit board have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|37983|replace the circuit board] or replace the remote.
== Roku Will Not Display Video ==
=== Faulty RCA Port ===
-If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, then it is possible that RCA video port (the yellow one) on the motherboard has failed. You will have to [guide|0|replace the video port].
+If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, then it is possible that RCA video port (the yellow one) on the motherboard has failed. You will have to [guide|37969|replace the video port].
=== Faulty Motherboard ===
-If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, and you have replaced the RCA video port then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|0|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
+If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, and you have replaced the RCA video port then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|37977|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
== Roku Will Not Play Sound ==
=== Faulty RCA Port ===
-If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, then it is possible that one or both of the RCA audio ports (the red and white ones)on the motherboard have failed. You will have to [guide|0|replace the audio port].
+If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, then it is possible that one or both of the RCA audio ports (the red and white ones)on the motherboard have failed. You will have to [guide|37970|replace the audio port].
=== Faulty Motherboard ===
-If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, and you have replaced the RCA audio ports, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|0|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
+If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, and you have replaced the RCA audio ports, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|37977|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
== Roku Will Not Connect to Wired Internet ==
=== Faulty Ethernet Port ===
-If previous steps have not resolved a wired connection problem, it is possible that the Ethernet port has failed. You will need to [guide|0|replace the Ethernet port].
+If previous steps have not resolved a wired connection problem, it is possible that the Ethernet port has failed. You will need to [guide|37973|replace the Ethernet port].
=== Faulty Motherboard ===
-If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, and you have replaced the Ethernet port, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|0|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
+If you have ensured that the cables are hooked up correctly / seated properly, and replaced the cables entirely, and you have replaced the Ethernet port, then it is possible that one or more integrated components on the motherboard have failed. This is not something that you will be able to fix. You will need to [guide|37977|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
== Roku Will Not Connect to Wireless Internet ==
=== Faulty WiFi Antenna ===
-If the above steps have not solved the problem, you will either need to rely on a wired connection or to attempt a repair. The WiFi antenna is integrated into the motherboard, so you will need to [guide|0|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
+If the above steps have not solved the problem, you will either need to rely on a wired connection or to attempt a repair. The WiFi antenna is integrated into the motherboard, so you will need to [guide|37977|replace the motherboard] or replace the Roku.
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