I Paid $1,815 for 20 Broken Nintendo Switches - Let's Make Some Money!
I bought 20 more Nintendo Switches for a total of $1,815 to see how many I can fix and if I can make a profit. In this video I'll show you how I diagnose and repair 5 of them with a variety of issues such as: liquid damage, a bad battery, a damaged video chip, and a backlight ribbon cable problem. But this is just part 1 of the series so be sure to check back for the next one.
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About This Video: In this video I work on fixing more Nintendo Switches. These Switches have a variety of problems including the screen not working, not charging, not turning on, and a joycon not connecting. Hang out with me while I diagnose and fix more Switches!
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