xbox S beeping randomly wheter on or off

xbox is beeping every few minutes when on, the same noise as heard when opening disc tray, also it beeps randomly when turned off. is my avatar trying to escape and kill me in my sleep????

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 5 Applies to:

Hi, you never know what your avatar is doing while you sleep but I doubt it's trying to kill you, maybe it feels lonely and wants a cuddle, Could you try powering the console off and remove the power cable from the console, press the power button several times. Reconnect the power cable and see if the issue persists please, also try giving the power and eject buttons a good clean with a soft dry cloth.

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thanks EggsBoxJuan (great name by the way). ill try that tonight when I get home.

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Try clearing the system cache as well, it may just help.

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support.xbox.com/.../clear-system-cache

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hi I cleaned the system cache and cleaned the power and eject buttons and still having same problem

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Hi Sean,

At this point it sounds like your console could use some love. I would suggest setting up an Xbox 360 Repair

Let us know how that goes, or if you have anymore questions.  

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thanks very much for that, ill book it in for some tlc and hope for the best

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