Question Someone here has called Nintendo Customer Service for Dead/Stuck/Hot Pixel(s)?


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I would like to know if someone here has a Nintendo Switch with dead/stuck/hot Pixel(s) on the screen.
And if the answer is 'yes',somebody here has call Nintendo Customer Service?
Did they give you assistance and repair a screen with ONE dead/stuck/hot pixel?


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Nobody is willing to own up to this, at the very least. And no, it wasn't me!


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Nintendo have said dead/stuck pixels are normal and unless there's a large amount of them they won't repair/replace.


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It's rare to get dead pixels these days on screens to the point of it being a non issue. Ive never seen one on anything ive owned.
if you have one give them a call and see what they say, But as already said they won't do anything unless there is lots and bad enuf to say the screen is a duffer.

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