The Numbers Are In (Sort Of)! This Lot of 20 Broken Switches Turned Out Good!
The Numbers Are In (Sort Of)! This Lot of 20 Broken Switches Turned Out Good! – I’m trying to fix the final 7 Nintendo Switches out of the 20 I started with. A couple different fixes this time including replacing a faulty LCD screen and adding a jumper wire when replacing a video chip to fix a burned trace. There’s also a bad battery and a couple faulty charge ports that need replacing. The results? I’m able to fix 16 complete Switches (and also 2 additional motherboards) out of the 20! Not too bad. The breakdown of the costs and likely profit are at the end of the video so check that out.
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About This Video: In this video I’m fixing more Nintendo Switches from the lot of 20. I find more charging issues and replace some video chips, a couple faulty charge ports, a bad battery, and a faulty LCD screen. All together I’m able to fix a total of 16 out of the 20. (I also repaired 2 motherboards which I can put into other damaged Switches later.) The 20 switches cost me $1,815 originally plus I spent $77.50 on replacement parts. I’m estimating I’ll average about $170 per Switch when I sell them for a total of around $2,720 in sales. That leaves me with an estimated total profit of $827.50. Not too bad!
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