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take front face plate off and disconnect the wire for power and eject sensors. you will have to use the controller for ejecting a disk and powering on but quick fix and has no problems. i had to do it to mine and its still disconnected for 2 years now and now problems and no shutdowns by itself.
You are having hardware failure. Try opening the unot and performing the X-Clamp mod to the GPU and CPU.. Depending on the severity of the problem you may need to reflow the board before performing the X-clamp mod.
wow one more of these ok listen first of all give a slang to steve ballmer lol then get ur manual yes the 360 manual provided with the system and look for the customer care numbers in it for ur region after u do that tell the person ur problem clearly and insist on replacing it dont worry after a few tries they do that and panic if it repeats with the replaced one also as they only give refurbished ones and this is a global phenomenon lol
Well here's the problem the towel trick. Ok the problem with the 360s for the most part is small cracks in the solder which causes a bunch of problem from rrod to this. The towel trick heats up the 360 enough to get the solder flowing again thus providing for a temporary fix. The problem is the solder goes places is shouldn't, thus towel trick ends up messing the 360 up more then it helps. My advice send it in, hopefully you still have the warrenty.