Your console should turn on when the eject button is pressed.
Press the eject button on the front of your console.
If the console turns on when you press the eject button but not when you press the power button, the console faceplate might not be attached properly. To make sure that the faceplate is attached correctly, you should remove it and reattach it.
- Position your console horizontally, as you would position a DVD player.
- Unplug the power cord and any other cables connected to the back of your console.
- While holding your console firmly, curl your fingers inside the oval USB door on the front of the console.
- Push the faceplate away from the console with your thumb until the faceplate comes off.
Note You will need to use some force to remove the faceplate.
Once the faceplate is removed, look at the tabs on the back. If any of the tabs shown in red in the illustration below are broken, order a replacement faceplate by contacting Xbox Support.
If none of the tabs are broken, re-attach your faceplate by pressing it firmly until it clicks into place.Try to turn on your console again.
If removing and reattaching the faceplate did not solve the problem contact the xbox support.