- How do I send JOYCONS to Nintendo for repair?
- How long do Nintendo repairs take?
- Can You Get a Nintendo Switch Repaired?
- Does the Nintendo Switch warranty cover water damage?
- Can I put my Nintendo switch in the rice?
- How do I make my Nintendo Switch charge faster?
- Does the Nintendo Switch need to be charged before use?
How do I send JOYCONS to Nintendo for repair?
Due to battery shipping regulations, only four joy can be shipped with a single repair form. If you have five or more to repair, please contact us by phone at 1 (800) 255-3700. Each joy will be evaluated by our technicians for final warranty coverage.
How long do Nintendo repairs take?
1 1/2 to 2 weeks
Can You Get a Nintendo Switch Repaired?
Nintendo Factory Service Repair, which is defined as the repair (or replacement, at Nintendo’s discretion) of Nintendo systems, is available for systems within the original manufacturer’s warranty or repair warranty period. If we are unable to contact you, your system will be returned to you unrepaired.
Does the Nintendo Switch warranty cover water damage?
The product’s warranty does not cover liquid damage, so if it does not turn on after a few days of drying, you will need to send it to a Nintendo repair center. According to Nintendo customer support, water damaged consoles are considered irreparable as a complete rebuild would be required.
Can I put my Nintendo switch in the rice?
Rice does nothing, you can save it. Do not try to turn on the switch again for 3-4 days.
How do I make my Nintendo Switch charge faster?
If your phone charger has a USB Type-C output port, you can use it to charge your Switch. But as mentioned above, for the fastest charging time, the game console needs to receive 18W of power. If your phone charger cannot supply 18W, then the switch will take longer to charge than usual.
Does the Nintendo Switch need to be charged before use?
It depends on what you mean by “accused.” In order to have a signal, the switch needs power. That may come from the switch itself (I’ve forgotten to turn on the power supply before now) or it may come from the plug-in power supply.