Nintendo Switch Out-of-Warranty Local Repair Guide

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Aug 4, 2018
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Do not attempt to repair your Switch yourself unless you have knowledge and practice on electronics.

Take note, once you open your device, you will void your warranty. If you are still under warranty, consult the store where you bought your Nintendo Switch first.

This is just a quick reference for the local technicians that can/may help us with Switch Repairs in the future. Unless you live in the US or have access to Maxsoft SG, you won’t be able to repair/replace the parts of your Nintendo Switch.

It’s very important that you call the Nintendo hotline first, though they will ask you for your serial number, and they will tell you that they cannot help you troubleshoot because you are from a different region. If you’re lucky, the tech support rep will still guide you with some common troubleshooting steps, which are found on the website alternatively. Otherwise, you’re on your own.



Nintendo Switch Troubleshooting Website
https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/landing/p/897/c/944

Nintendo Switch Repair Guide (For Technicians)
https://www.sosav.com/guides/game-consoles/nintendo/nintendo-home/nintendo-switch/

Parts and Tools
https://www.ebay.com/b/Nintendo-Switch-Replacement-Parts-and-Tools/171833/bn_77079027

Step-by-step Teardown
https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nintendo+Switch+Teardown/78263


By experience and preference, I.Tech / GameOne Technicians are the best with Nintendo Switch Repairs.

You may contact them and/or schedule an appointment:

iTECH (SM North)
5/L Cyberzone, SM North Edsa Annex Quezon City
Landline: (02) 332-2871
Tech availability: Monday – Sunday, 12-9PM

iTECH (Market Market)
Unit 410 4/L Market Market Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
Landline: (02) 856-4936
Tech availability: Everyday, mall opening ‘til 7PM

Other tech: EYO SALES
http://www.greenhills.com.ph/details.php?storeid=1831
 

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