>USB port looks physically damaged
>Pins bent inside
>USB port is loose
>Console still powers up and the light turns from blue to white
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The most common reason we hear is that the PS4 Pro has been dropped or knocked while plugged in. This causes the USB cable to yank out and physically damage the port. It can also happen while plugging in the cable. The ports are quite delicate so if the USB cable isn't plugged in carefully to the PS4 Pro it can cause damage.
To repair this fault we need to carefully strip the console down to the motherboard. From there we desolder the old USB port. If the original port is really badly yanked this can cause damage to the motherboard and in some circumstances could be beyond repair (although that is very rarely the case).
Once we have cleaned up the board and prepped the solder pads for the new port we solder the new USB port to the PS4 Pro. We reassameble the console and it goes down to our testing bench where all consoles are tested for at least 4 hours.