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🇬🇧Xbox series X-buzzing sound?


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Hi guys, I’n  the last few days I realised  that my series X making a weird, buzzing noise while playing. I don’t know how long is like that as most of the time I’m using headset😕. Maybe I need to clean something? Fan? 

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@Roddix its could be a dirty fan, you can buy a can of compressed air and blow it from both sides. RU keeping your console next to open window etc? It’s could be a drive as well, so try use it without disc and see how it’s goes. 

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Looks like a fan, so first step will be to use a compressed air, something like that "Air Can" and then we will see. Another thing is that maybe something inside goes loose and slightly touching the fan, then you need unfortunately send your console for repair as its still under warranty. @Charlie2001 mentioned about drive issue, yes, please let us know if you using discs when the noise appear?

Remember if you keeping your console next to open window etc it will collect dust much quicker than in normal conditions .

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Hi Guys. It’s must be a fan as I can hear it even when playing digital games. I ordered the spray last night so should be delivered today. Will let you know what happens after cleaning the fan. As well we have a few things around the house as my dad doing some renovation so I’m guessing that could be the problem( plastering, sanding etc) 

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@Roddix definitely a fan. Especially when your dad doing all the renovations etc, lots of dust and moist in the air will make dust stick to the blades etc.  Try with compressed air and let us know. 👍 

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