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More than likely this is a trigger from the HDMI cable which can be disabled in the tv or xbox settings. To check, hook the xbox up to the tv with RCA cable that is supplied with the xbox and see does it turn the tv off it probably wont happen when connected like so.
In many cases there is nothing wrong with the TV. You may need to reread the handbook for operating setup on picture centering in the Xbox instruction book. In some rare occasions you may need to upgrade the Xbox with a USB upgrade connection. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!
The main aerial goes into the box,then a flylead out of the box into the tv(if you have a vcr or dvd rec then it will go in there first then out into the tv).Then connect the box to the tv with a scart lead.
try checking that the coaxial cable is inserted all the way. or it could be the wiring behind the walls on that side of the house is interfereing with the reception. or is there something else plugged in the same out let that wasn't plugged in in the opposing location? that could be causing issues as well. but first check the coaxial cable going into the back of your tv or cable box.