is there a restart button anywhere on the xbox 360 s console?

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there's a power off button.

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would you know why my xbox restarts out of nowhere then?

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Hi, Cae is right, the system does not have a dedicated "reset" button but turning the system off and on again will do the same. As a point of clarity, why would you need to reset the system. Using the guide button will return you to the dash from any application.

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If your system is resetting itself this could be one of a few issues, how is your system connected.

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an hdmi cable connected to a plasma tv and sometimes it also has the xbox on and i can hear it but not show the xbox screen on the tv it says no signal and the hdmi is connected snuggly

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It might be possible that your Xbox 360 could be overheating. Be sure to keep your console in an area with enoguh space, and in an ucrowded space. Also, you could try putting it in a place where there isn't too much dust, dust accumulates inside your console, and causes it to heat up faster. So i would recommned putting in a place where it isn't crowded and doesn't have a lot of dust, or even try buying the coolers at gamestop, to keep your system from over heating. These should help solve the problem

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i know its not overheating because i have a fan and a cooler any other suggestions?

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A System resetting it's self is something to do with it's power lines. It has nothing to do with heat sources and tv cables. It seems to keep losing power then getting it back right away. It's either the PSU or it's power lines might be damaged.

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undeadfire zero whats the psu and the power lines shouldnt be damaged i just got the xbox on christmas

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PSU is the power supply unit. It's the brick that comes with the system. If your system isn't operating as intended like you said. Get the person who got it for ya to return it. It might still be in warranty to return if the shop goes that long. If not then the only answer is requesting repairs. But the chances it might be the PSU.

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