1. Bakuku

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    Hello,

    I bought a Broken Nintendo Switch which wouldn't output video when docked. Replacing the most common culprit components but no go. I went over to replacing the USB-C port (which is a pain in the ass replacement) but still no go.

    Unfortunately now the Switch won’t power-on anymore unless docked (power button not responding) and no image is displayed (console does get warm and USB power checker shows a draw of 5v and 0.5A).

    I can now buy a new Main-Board but it doesn’t have a NAND-board (small separate PCB board with the NAND-chip). Can this be transferred from the old board or would it require the original that comes with the whole console (seller does not have it, being sold as faulty). Is there a way to make the one I have now work with the new one I’m planning to repair?

    Old board = CPU-01
    New faulty board = CPU-20

    Any help is surely appreciated!
    Thanks
     

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  2. DPyro

    DPyro GBAtemp Regular
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    You can swap the motherboard
     
  3. Xandroz

    Xandroz GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    If you are buying a spare board it must come with its nand or else a hassel and avoid it

    just ask the seller to include the nand
    Dont buy it without
    You installing your nand wont work
     
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