Xbox ONE Original OEM Blu-Ray Disc Game Player Drive Liteon DG-6M2S
- Ships same day if ordered before 3 p.m. CST. All other orders will ship the next business day.
You are viewing the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) replacement Blu-Ray Disc Drive (complete) for the Microsoft Xbox ONE model 1540. The disc drive has been known to resolve problems such as the Xbox ONE not reading discs, Xbox ONE not ejecting discs, and Xbox ONE not accepting discs.
- Model: DG-6M2S series
- MPNs: X900640-004
- Laser: B150
- OEM Microsoft Parts
- Direct Replacement
- Pulled from an Xbox ONE 1540
- Blu-Ray Disc Drive DG-6M2S Assembly
- Disc drive PCB NOT INCLUDED
- Direct replacement.
- Complete Drive Assembly
- Requires old PCB (drive board) swap
- Some soldering required
- Some disassembly required
Our Replacement Blu-Ray Drive installs fairly easy, but does require a bit of technical skills! It is an OEM direct replacement for the Xbox ONE 1540 model so it fits directly into the Xbox ONE enclosure. Minor soldering is required for installing the drive PCB (board). Just install your current (defective) drive's PCB into this replacement drive assembly, reassemble your Xbox ONE console, and you’re all done!
TECH NOTE: Your old drive board will need to be moved over into this replacement drive in order for it to work. The motherboard and the drive boards are married at the factory, so your console will not work without the pair.
Installation Difficulty: Moderate
- Compatible with ALL Xbox ONE 1540 models.
- Compatible with ANY DG-6M2S series drive.
- Will not fit Xbox ONE S
- Will not replace DG-6M5S series drives.
*Drive PCB (circuit board) not included
Full 180-Days GUARANTEED!
This is a high-quality OEM part tested and verified via a CERTIFIED process. We stand behind this product 100%, and guarantee it for a FULL 180 DAYS from the date of delivery!
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Purchased this when the original drive failed. while reassembling the XBOX we realized the drive had no plugs to plug into. we opened it up to find the circuit board was not inside it (not sure if that was what we should have expected). This required us to remove the board from the bad drive and solder it onto this one. in the end it worked and we're satisfied.