Dead Pixel Screen Repair
Service Time: 2 - 5 days?
The price for a new Nintendo Switch (or equivalent) currently is £280; a used one will cost around £180. If you get your one repaired, you will save between £120 and £210! So, it’s well worth doing, and it’s better for the environment.
Dead screen pixels are irritating on any monitor, especially portable screens, and they always tend to be the focus of all the attention. They tend to mock you for wanting a screen free of imperfections. In the Nintendo Switch’s case, it only works to harm your immersion. The only way currently to get rid of these dead pixels is to replace the internal LCD with a new unit. So, if the dead pixel count is bothering you, get your console over to TFix for a screen replacement.
Dead Pixel Screen Repair Process
- Complete Fault Diagnosis
- Cosmetic Evaluation
- Nintendo Switch Disassembly
- Dead Pixel Screen Repair
- On-Bench Technician Testing
- Internal Cleaning
- Nintendo Switch Assembly
- External Cleaning
- Functional Testing
- Software Updates
- Quality Control
- Delivery To Customer
Go on then, put an order through for Nintendo Switch Dead Pixel Screen Repair and get it sorted once and for all.
So, if I want to fix my Nintendo Switch, what's next?
Finally, decided to go for Nintendo Switch Dead Pixel Screen Repair? Here are 3 simple steps to get back your Nintendo Switch to working order quickly.
Describe the fault in as much as details as possible, select proper options and add it to the cart.
Fill in your contact and address details. We only need essential information. It only takes 2 minutes.
Print the labels, pack your Nintendo Switch and take it to local post-office. No printer? No problem, simply show QR code to a cashier at the post-office to print the FREE labels there. QR code can be found within the email or by viewing your order once logged in.
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How to do Nintendo Switch Dead Pixel Screen Repair yourself?
Everyone wants to save money, and virtually the main reason someone wants to fix their Nintendo Switch is to save some money. Well, in some situations buying a new one is not even an option. Of course, there is no cheaper way to fix your Nintendo Switch than to do it yourself. Once you decide to go down this rabbit hole, we suggest doing some preparation. Everyone expects that they will open up their Nintendo Switch and there is a little button, which says flick it to fix it, however, the truth is far from it. We suggest staying away from Youtube and forum fads as most likely a simple fix won't do any good. You will have to figure out how the Nintendo Switch operates internally to have a chance at repairing it. So, roll up your sleeves, take a look at disassembly pictures online and be prepared to encounter lots of cables. You will also find various secure bolts and possibly a disappointment as there's usually no such thing as an easy fix.
How to get a manufacturer to repair my Nintendo Switch?
Every single Nintendo Switch sold in the UK comes with 1-year manufacturer's warranty. So if it starts to misbehave, you can always reach out to their customer support and book it in for warranty investigation. In case of a successful warranty claim, they most likely will issue you with a refurbished Nintendo Switch. The advantage is that you won't have to pay anything for it. Disadvantages would be that you will probably have to wait up to a month for the whole repair/replacement process to complete. Also, you won't be getting your Nintendo Switch back, it will be someone else's refurbished unit. If your Nintendo Switch is out of warranty or the damage has been caused accidentally, you're pretty much out of luck as well. This means you will have to fork out a hefty sum of cash for a repair. If you're ready to go through this, give the manufacturer a call and nag them about the problems, your Nintendo Switch has. They should provide you instructions on how to get your kit over to them for warranty.
Where can I fix Nintendo Switch? Local or online repair centre?
Everyone has to agree that the best people at fixing your Nintendo Switch are the ones who manufactured it. They have all the knowledge on how to repair and what replacement parts they will need in the process. However, as mentioned before, going to the manufacturer is usually out of options, be it due to expired warranty or solely due to a lack of patience to deal with poor customer service or extremely long service times. In our "unbiased" opinion independent Nintendo Switch repair centre is the way to go. Following a few basic rules, one can select the business, which will most likely provide professional service and brilliant customer experience. In most cases for a fraction of the price, what manufacturer would quote to fix your device. When choosing a repair centre, positive reviews are essential, of course, professional-looking and correctly functioning website always helps to add to trust. Be wary of places that seem to "specialise' in fixing everything; it is impossible to know the ins and outs of all electronic items. The real repair centres usually specialise in servicing a few different device types. It takes a lot of effort to figure out how to economically and reliably repair particular device, in this case, Nintendo Switch. So we advise you to choose wisely and read other people reviews about the company.