Xbox 360 that keep turning off with "ding" sound

hey i need help, my xbox turns off by it self and when it does turn off it makes the "ding"noise ..how can i fix that?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 162 Applies to:

Clean the button with warm water and a damp washcloth, no soap, very rung out so theres no chance of excessive water. Sometimes debris and general gunk gets on the power button and/or the eject making the console behave oddly. Try this. Also ensure there are no media remotes/periphreals/controllers accidentally being activated that are the culprit.

 

One time my remote was wedged under the seat cushion but was able to make connectivity with my console and kept stopping movies when I would play dvds. Turned out my bum was pressing the buttons on the remote. Double check your bum isn't the "ghost" messing with your console too. But since it's the ding sound I would think it's more to do with a rouge finger print on the power button than a remote in the wild.

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thanks dude, i just tried it and now its running, but ima keep it on for about 15min just to me sure it dont turn off again

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No problem, let us know if the issue returns.

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I woke up to see if it will still work, but it turned off in like 5min

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Then I would have to say it's an issue with the touch sensor in the faceplate. This will require a repair order. To start one head over to www.xbox.com/support and follow the on screen instructions to determine if your console is within warranty. If it's not, repairs will cost $99+applicable tax for a repaor/replacement. I am sorry to hear the issue didn't resolve itself.

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