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it could be the P13USB IC. Do you have a multimeter? If yes check if there some shorted smd capacitors around the ICs
I got this problem once with a normal 2ds after I replaced the power socket and thought I destroyed it. After I tried it again iwth the power...
Did ever your switch shutdown cause heating while in dock? Normaly you get a information that the switch will turnoff cause heating
it is patched switch, i think called mariko right? So i can only use SX-OS.
But do i need to buy a licence or something else except the SX-CORE?
Hello guys, (sorry for my english i tried my best)
my friend, who has a patched switch want to that I solder his switch with the SX core cause he...
Maybe other shorts on the board? Not good solder connections by m92t36? Maybe not good m92t36? It can be everything. How much voltage do u get by...
Maybe not good solderpoints.try to resolder again
Dont know the type but u can just solder it on point
Are you happy with this dock? Ever heared that will brick your switch or someones do you know?
I just know that Skill & Co tried to do that this...
I had the same issue. I bought a not mariko switch and had the same porblem. After disassembly it and reconncet the joy-con flex cable, it didnt...
There are lot of tutorials in the internet to update the signature patches. Just type nintendo switch signature patches update in google
before u replace it look of shorts on your mb. it musnt be the p13usb
Try to check shorts on your MB of your switch. Maybe one of the ics burned
I never seen this before. It could be that your felxcable from screen arent correctly in or your cable has broken parts/dust
It could be the P13USB IC.
did you ever used 3rd party docks or charger for your switch?
if yes dont use it your new switch before it could...
Games what no everyone asked for..... slowly my love to nintendo is dying
Maybe the Video/audio ic have something, but im not sure
[IMG] I used normal PC thermalpaste for Nvidia chip(artic mx-4). I removed the copper cover and coverd the hole chip with thermal paste. I used...