Components used on the Switch (mostly the motherboard and main console)

Discussion in 'Switch - Console, Accessories & Hardware' started by WadsRUs, Dec 2, 2018.

  1. mattytrog

    mattytrog You don`t want to listen to anything I say.

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    Course it's right ;)
     
  2. PIXeL_92

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    Thanks for the information.
     
  3. Spadezilla

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    y'all are crazy if you trying to solder on these microscopic things lol
     
  4. blackdeath1510

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    hello i search fpc connector for sd card slot for solder to motherboard
    thanks
     
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  5. npavlovici

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    hello you can help me to identify this component
    thanks
     
  7. Petrol69

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    Hi, can you tell me to which filter the B8 is connected? thank you.
     
  8. Ace_

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    I noticed a mistake, the cap under the BQ24193 is labeled 470nf (0.047uf) but 470nf is 0.47uf not 0.047nf. Can anyone confirm which is correct, thanks.
     
  9. npavlovici

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    From BQ24193 data sheet
    BTST 21 Pin
    PWM high side driver positive supply. Internally, the BTST is connected to the anode of the boost-strap diode. Connect the 0.047-µF bootstrap capacitor from SW to BTST.

    So the correct value
    47nf (0.047uF ) 10v ,0402
     
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  10. mattytrog

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    Yep corrected.

    I was probably drunk.
     
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  11. alimao

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    Does anyone know the number of this component in orange?

    and where do you sell it?
    or is married with mother board. replaced component from another console, device gets looped on nintendo switch screen
    warms the original, works and freezes with time on the nintendo switch screen
     

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  12. npavlovici

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    I don't really understand what you want but i will try to answer.

    The part it's not married to the board.

    Maxim Integrated MAX77620AEWJ+T PMIC

    https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nintendo+Switch+Teardown/78263 go to step 12.

    if you want to sell use ebay.

    if you want to buy search the part on aliexpress.
     
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  13. alimao

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    or are they the same components?

    no this component is yellow, I wanted to know about the burnt orange


    no this component is yellow, I wanted to know about the blue I changed the color of it to become more different

    I wanted to know his name or number for exchange.
     

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  14. npavlovici

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    I have no ideea, but i attached a picture, maybe someone else recognize the part.
     

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  15. alimao

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    THANK YOU VERY MUCH, REALLY THE NUMBER Is strange
     
  16. mattytrog

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  17. Danihend

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    Hi guys,

    Amazed to come across thread with such useful information and contributions from everyone. Really cool!

    I am here because I bought a switch that didn't turn on with the intention to repair. Unfortunately someone got there before me and mangled it lol.

    Couple of Caps/resistors missing and I am not sure how to find out what value they are. See pictures. I thought to remove the ones that seem the same size opposite the missing ones and test them, but no guarantee that they are the same obviously!

    My USB C port also has a missing pad with a TINY bit of trace left, struggling to find a decent way to fix this. Been thinking about using silver conductive paint but feel free to suggest an alternative, I'm a noob :).

    But to keep it on topic, the main question is the caps/resistors!

    Thanks :)

    EDIT: added photo...:)
     

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