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Weird noises My xbox 360 works right, but when I turn it on it makes a really loud and weird noise.

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It could be the magnet which holds the disc in place. It might be loose and out of center. It is held in place by some adhessive/ glue. You can either open the box and glue it yourself, which voids your warranty, or take it to a support center. MS leaves one year extra warranty with each repair (if still?!). but you may be charged around 100$ for it :(

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