and i say this having done joycon repairs and joycon shell swaps,
the switch generation seems 100% better for ribbon cable part sourcing (acceptors on the board and the cables themselves)
don’t be stupid like i was
Fair warning this is a !&&* of a teardown
I had to try three sets of “Philips #00” screwdrivers and ended up taking every screw out with a 00 standard filed down instead.
Something about these “00” screws or screwdrivers just did not work, couldn’t catch the fins of the screwdriver in the hole or the screwdriver was small enough but had a massive point at the end and the zdepth of the screw heads just meant I couldn’t get purchase into the screw at all
Then once I had everything disassembled for repair / doing the nonsense I wanted to do with the motherboard out, during reassembly
Had the joystick ribbon cable that forcefully makes 2 90 degree bends just break and had to source parts from a second unit
and most of the ribbon cable holders must be rated for 1 to 3 insertions max?
After all that effort i’m left with a unit that is effectively bricked
Unless you’re doing an insane “repair” like I was (Trying to get a JP exclusive plastic shell over a US mobo / chipset / interals ) 100% go with Nintendo service on this
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