Microsoft’s US Xbox repair website now online

The Xbox 360 - Image 1If your Xbox is in need of repairs, and you’re not sure where to turn, we’ve got some information that might help you. We recently found out that Microsoft has an online service center of sorts for people in the US.

The website, which is linked below, allows you to register your console, whether it be the Xbox or the Xbox 360, to your Windows Live ID. If you need to have it repaired, you can use the site to setup a repair operation for your beleaguered console. Best of all, you can also track the status of the repairs through the system, if only to ensure peace of mind for your gaming investment.

The site will also differentiate between in-warranty and out-of-warranty repairs, though the new terms of Microsoft’s warranty should mean that your 360 is still under warranty. Still, just in case you need your original Xbox fixed or you somehow voided your warranty, using the site will net you a US$ 5 discount on repairs.

Truth be told though, we hope none of our readers have to use the service. Still, if you happen to be in trouble, at least you know where to turn.

The Xbox 360 - Image 1If your Xbox is in need of repairs, and you’re not sure where to turn, we’ve got some information that might help you. We recently found out that Microsoft has an online service center of sorts for people in the US.

The website, which is linked below, allows you to register your console, whether it be the Xbox or the Xbox 360, to your Windows Live ID. If you need to have it repaired, you can use the site to setup a repair operation for your beleaguered console. Best of all, you can also track the status of the repairs through the system, if only to ensure peace of mind for your gaming investment.

The site will also differentiate between in-warranty and out-of-warranty repairs, though the new terms of Microsoft’s warranty should mean that your 360 is still under warranty. Still, just in case you need your original Xbox fixed or you somehow voided your warranty, using the site will net you a US$ 5 discount on repairs.

Truth be told though, we hope none of our readers have to use the service. Still, if you happen to be in trouble, at least you know where to turn.

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