20 BROKEN Nintendo Switches Pt 2 – I'm Surprised At How Many Are Fixable!
20 BROKEN Nintendo Switches Pt 2 – I’m Surprised At How Many Are Fixable! – I’m tackling the second set of Nintendo Switch repairs and trying to fix 8 more of the 20 I bought for $1,815. This time I work on more Switches that won’t charge either because of bad charge chips or bad charge ports. I also attempt to repair one with severe liquid damage. It’s still looking good for making a profit off this lot of Switches but you’ll need to stick around for part 3 to find out how it goes repairing the last several Switches.
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About This Video: In this video I try to fix 8 more Nintendo Switches including several that won’t charge and one with really bad liquid damage. Spoiler: They’re not all fixable. But I’m able to repair a good number of them and the ones I can’t fix still have some good parts I can use to repair other switches. Make sure you check out Part 1 of this series if you haven’t yet and stay tuned for Part 3.
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