Switch OLED Blue Screen of Death Repair Nintendo Switch OLEDNintendo
    • Switch OLED Blue Screen of Death Repair Nintendo Switch OLEDNintendo

    Switch OLED Blue Screen of Death Repair

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    Do you get an Blue screen when you power on your Nintendo Switch OLED Console?

    This indicate a serious motherboard problem with the CPU chip thats is soldered to the motherboard and is normally indicating that the unit has been dropped.

    We can repair the faulty motherboard and bring your console back to life.

    * This would mean that your game saves are kept *

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    Free returns for 7 Days after you receive your repaired item, to ensure your happy with your repair.

    Our fully trained engineers will strip down your Nintendo Switch OLED and replace the faulty motherboard then carry out the work required to repair this fault.

    This fault is normally caused after the console has been dropped, this causes problems with the connections underneath the CPU or Memory chips on the motherboard, this can either be cracked solder balls under the chips or worst case scenario the drop will actually tear the tracks from the motherboard that the chip is soldered to.

    The work involves removing the chip that is causing the problem, applying new solder balls to the chip, repairing any damaged to the motherboard that the original drop has caused, then re solder the chip back to the motherboard.

    Once carried out and re installed into the console, the engineers will test the repaired motherboard to ensure that the console is fully working.

    This repair is covered by a Three month warranty for your peace of mind.

    ** Note **

    There are cases were the drop damage causes substancial damage to the motherboard meaning a repair is not possible.

    If this is the case, then an engineer would contact you and give the option of returning your Nintendo Switch unfixed and refund the repair fee (minus a £20 fee to cover the time that this majpr repair requires) or a new replacement motherboard.

    If a new motherboard was requested, there would be a additional cost payable, but a replacement motherboard would mean that your games save would be lost as the board would be a brand new motherboard.


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