Nintendo Switch Parts
Replacement parts for your Nintendo Switch model to fix your broken console!
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Nintendo Switch Left Joy-Con Sensor Rail
Replace a broken or malfunctioning Joycon sensor rail on the left side of your Nintendo Switch console.
Nintendo Switch Speaker
Replace one of two identical speaker compatible with the Nintendo Switch. Fix issues with sound output.
Nintendo Switch LCD
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning LCD display panel in a Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch Rear Panel
Replace a cracked or damaged Nintendo Switch Rear Panel.
Nintendo Switch (2017 HAC-001) Motherboard
Replace a broken or malfunctioning motherboard compatible with the 2017 model HAC-001 Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch Kick Stand
Replace a broken or malfunctioning kick stand on your Nintendo Switch console.
Nintendo Switch Game Card Tray
Replace a damaged or missing flexible plastic tray that holds the game card.
Nintendo Switch Front Frame
Replace a cracked or damaged Nintendo Switch Front Frame.
Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller SL/SR Button Boards
Replace a broken or malfunctioning internal switch for the SL and SR buttons on the inside edges of the left and right Joycon controllers for a Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Switch Shield Plate
Replace a broken or damaged Nintendo Switch Shield Plate.
The Switch is a hybrid gaming system—designed mainly as a traditional home console connected to a television, but the console can be removed from its docking station for handheld/portable use.
The Switch consists of several hardware components that can be configured on the fly depending on the user's play style:
- The Switch Console, a tablet-like unit with an integrated battery and 6.2-inch touchscreen
- The Switch Dock, which functions as a charging station and audio/video connection to the user's television
- The Joy-Con controllers, dubbed Joy-Con L and Joy-Con R, which can be used independently or as a pair, or attached to the Switch Console via its side rails, or connected to the Joy-Con Grip for use as a single controller
Early in development, the Switch was known by the project codename Nintendo NX.
The Nintendo Switch was introduced in 2017 with the model number HAC-001. The 2019 revision, model number HAC-001(-01), has a new CPU and updated memory chips, which offer increased efficiency resulting in longer battery life. These changes increased battery life from 2.5-6.5 hours to 4.5-9 hours. Everything else inside the 2019 revision is almost exactly the same as the original Switch, from the Bluetooth and WiFi chips to the unfortunately-soldered-on USB-C port.