How Do I Send A Switch To Nintendo For Repair?

Can you mail a Nintendo switch?

Nintendo Switch Shipping Kit

Packing the box is pretty straight forward.

Just wrap the Nintendo Switch box several times over with the bubble wrap, place the four air pillow cushions on each side, tape up the box using the reinforced tape strip, slap the shipping label on it, and you’re ready to go.

How much does it cost to repair a Nintendo switch screen?

Nintendo charges about 180 pounds to fix cracked consoles. Doing the conversion 180 pounds is about $231 US dollars.

How long does it take Nintendo to fix a switch?

1 1/2 to 2 weeks

Does Nintendo do repairs?

For any issue that can’t be resolved with troubleshooting, our agents will set up a repair and once repair services resume we will contact you with instructions to send in your product(s). For the latest information on repair service availability, please visit:

How much does it cost to send a switch to Nintendo?

The best way to ship a Nintendo Switch costs about $20: Use a 17” x 13” x 5” box.

How much does it cost to repair a switch?

When you feel this happen, it’s best to replace the switch before it completely fails to operate. To replace a single light switch is an easy fix and will require just a quick service call. Depending on your electrician, a simple light switch replacement can cost between $50 to $150.

Can the switch screen crack?

There’s good news, though. The decision to make the screen out of plastic means that it won’t crack from falls the same way a glass screen would. Yes, it will scratch, but it won’t shatter with a normal drop. That’s the trade off here.

Can you repair a Nintendo switch screen?

If your Nintendo Switch won’t hold a charge, has a cracked of scratched screen, or is malfunctioning due to water damage, CPR Cell Phone Repair is here to help! CPR combines our industry experience and fast turn-around time to deliver the best Nintendo Switch repair service available.

Does Nintendo repair for free?

The company will repair devices free of charge, even outside of the warranty period. Nintendo’s got a problem on its hands.