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Let’s talk about recycling and how you can save money and reduce electronic waste using it to your favour. Every one of us has at least few electronic items at home, be it a computer, game console, a laptop or if you’re a DJ you most likely have your DJ kit, including DJ decks, mixers and so on. Once any of these items break down, everyone is like: ‘Oh my God, it’s a nightmare, I will have to spend all this money now to buy a new one, and I’m going to have to chuck this one away’. If your device is out of warranty, you most likely will have to do just that.
Nintendo done a pretty good job when it comes to engineering and assembly of the Switch, however, as with all portable and pluggable devices there still are accidental damage situations. Be it a tripped wire or anger management issues during a Mario Kart mayhem charging port is the one who mostly suffers. Once that little USB-C port is damaged the console is only good for the time of battery life that’s left on it. Once that runs out the only option is either go back to retailer, get in touch with Nintendo for a repair or look for local electronic equipment repair centre, which specialises in Nintendo Switch repairs.
As far as we are aware there are commonly 2 different cases of Nintendo Switch screen scratches. The first is a commonly known fault, some people call it a design flaw, which is when the scratches appear on the sides of your precious Zelda machine’s touch screen from inserting it inside the dock. Apparently if you aren’t super careful the “rough” surface of dock rails can scratch the plastic touch screen. The second case is much more obvious and it usually happens when you mix your Switch screen with sharper objects.