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How To Repair Your Power Armor In Fallout 4

How To Repair Power Armor In Fallout 4
Fallout 4’s Power Armor is a incredible weapon against your enemies of the wasteland but even the Power Armor has limits. This Fallout 4 guide will teach you how to repair your Power Armor so you can get back into the fight.

For some discovering how to repair the Power Armor was simple, to others it was a complex puzzle with no end in sight. However, it really is simple but if you’re anything like me, you probably overlooked it looking for something more familiar.

All you need is a Power Armor Station, the yellow metallic structure found at Settlements, and a Power Armor suit. Simply walk close to the Power Armor Station and exit your Power Armor by holding the key you used to enter. Then interact with the Power Armor Station and you can repair all the pieces and equip ones that were previously broken.

This is also where you can apply custom paint jobs to your Power Armor that you unlock via magazines etc.

Fallout Far Harbor brings some new special weapons to the table. They are hidden through the Far Harbor area and finding them can be tricky. Check out this Fallout 4 Far Harbor Special Weapon Location Guide to help you find them all!
With the new Far Harbor DLC in Fallout 4 you will gain access to more shipments of materials. You will have to search for the vendors in order to find out what everyone has. This Fallout 4 Far Harbor Materiel Shipment Locations will help you find them all so you can get what you need!
During your play through of Far Harbor you will run into a quest called Visions in the Fog. This quest can be a little bit tricky to complete if you don't know where you are looking. Check out this Fallout 4 Far Harbor Visions In The Fog Guide.
Fallout 4 Far Harbor has five Islander's Almanacs to find in the new DLC area. This Almanacs give you different buffs and recipes that you can only find in the Far Harbor DLC. Come check out this Fallout 4 Far Harbor Islander's Almanac Location Guide to help you find them all!
In the new Automatron DLC for Fallout 4 you can get a new weapon called the Tesla Rifle. The Tesla rifle uses energy cells to shoot lighting out of the gun at enemies. Check out this guide to find out Where To Find The Tesla Rifle In Fallout 4 Automatron!
In the new Fallout 4 Automatron DLC you can upgrade Curie and Codsworth to make them stronger then ever. You will have to jump through a few hoops in order to unlock the ability to upgrade them. Check out this guide to find out How To Upgrade Curie And Codsworth In The Fallout 4 Automatron DLC!
Aluminum in Fallout 4 is used to upgrade and repair all forms of Power Armor at your base. You quickly blow through it after a couple of upgrade and a few repairs. This guide will let you know Where To Find Infinite Amounts Of Aluminum For Your Settlement In Fallout 4!
Early on in Fallout 4 you have the opportunity for a free extra Special Point. Using this trick, you can get max SPECIAL points and dupe any other items you want in the game. Check out this article to find out How To Get Max SPECIAL Points And Dupe Items In Fallout 4!
Fallout 4's Power Armor is a incredible weapon against your enemies of the wasteland but even the Power Armor has limits. This Fallout 4 guide will teach you how to repair your Power Armor so you can get back into the fight.
In Fallout 4 you can unlock Artillery Cannons for your settlements and use them to call in Artillery Strikes in the Commonwealth. This can be completely missed if you don't do the right chain of events. Check out this article to figure out How To Unlock Artillery And Artillery Strikes In Fallout 4.

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