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Whether I’m Nintendo Switch (Switch Lite (coronavirus pandemic, Nintendo’s repair facilities are scaled back and shipping might be delayed. So who knows how long it will take for you to get your Joy-Cons back., soaring on a glider across or just enjoying , the
4. Buy a new Joy-Con for your Switch
Another option (possibly the most costly on this list) is to buy a new single Joy-Con for around $50. However, single Joy-Cons are often out of-stock. Even if you find one to buy, it might not be the side or color you want.
And at $80, a pair of Joy-Cons will cost you even more. I also wouldn’t recommend buying used ones because they might already suffer from Joy-Con drift.
5. Replace the joystick yourself
This last tip is the most drastic. You can remove the problematic joystick and put a new one into the housing. There are numerous kits online. I got one on Amazon for $14 which comes with two new analog stick modules, and tools.
Opening up the Joy-Con, removing the joystick and 우리카지노 putting it all back together requires an intermediate level of skill and a high level of patience. Also, this process will void Nintendo’s one-year warranty.
To see what the process entails, please watch my step-by-step guide. I should note that since I did this, my Joy-Con no longer has drifting issues. That said, in the process of putting the controller back together, I snapped a cable and lost the use of my left trigger button. This was obviously not the ideal outcome, but I’m happy to sacrifice my trigger button to get rid of Joy-Con drift.
Now that your Joy-Cons are sorted, check out.