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Nintendo blames Switch Joy-Con issue on 'manufacturing variation,' offers fix - TechCrunch

Nintendo's latest console, the Switch, has been received quite favorably by us and others (having one of the best games ever on it helped) — but one recurring complaint concerned the Joy-Con L, or left controller, as everyone else calls it ...and more »

Nintendo has an easy fix for the Switch Joy-Con desync issue - CNET

When you're playing Zelda with your new Nintendo Switch on your luxuriously large TV, does Link tend to run off cliffs like a damn lemming because your left controller suddenly stopped working? It's colloquially known as the "left Joy-Con desync issue.and more »

Nintendo won't admit the Switch controllers are broken, but it'll fix them at no charge - Business Insider

Nintendo Three weeks have passed since the Nintendo Switch was released, and sales show no sign of slowing down. Numerous early adopters, however, have found themselves all encountering the same problem: The left Joy-Con keeps getting de-synced.and more »

Left Joy-Con issues resolved for future units, Nintendo claims -

Nintendo claims to have solved the issue of left Joy-Con controllers de-syncing from the Switch, at least for all future units. 1. "A manufacturing variation has resulted in wireless interference with a small number of the left Joy-Con," Nintendo said ...and more »

Nintendo Says JoyCon Wireless Issues Were Caused By 'Manufacturing Variation' - Kotaku

If you, like me and several other Kotaku staff, have run into a consistent left Switch JoyCon signal issue, don't worry: Nintendo says it's not in fact a hardware problem, but a “manufacturing variation.” The company also says to contact them for a fix ...and more »

Nintendo Says It's Found the Switch Joy-Con Issue and Is Fixing It - TIME

Nintendo says it has discovered why certain Joy-Con controllers experience sync issues when communicating wirelessly with its Switch game console, and that it has taken steps to correct the problem. The issue, first reported by certain press outlets ...and more »

Nintendo: Left Joy-Con issue has been fixed on future Switch consoles - Polygon

Nintendo says it has fixed the connectivity issue some Switch owners are experiencing on the left Joy-Con controller, and said the problem will not appear in future consoles that make it into consumer's hands. The company provided this information in a ...and more »

Nintendo Finally Talks Switch Joy-Con Issues, Says They're Now Fixed - GameSpot

With word that Nintendo is offering to repair troubled Switch Joy-Cons, the company has finally addressed the de-syncing issue and claimed it will not be a problem in the future. Until now, Nintendo had been largely quiet on the subject, offering no ...and more »

Nintendo will fix your busted Switch Joy-Con, blames factory fail - CNET

You don't need to buy a new controller: Nintendo will fix it for free. Sean Hollister/CNET. If your Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers don't stay connected from across the room, you should really get them fixed. But if you haven't yet bought a Switch ...and more »

Nintendo is repairing left Joy-Cons with ... a piece of foam? - Polygon

While Nintendo remains mostly mum on the issue of some left Joy-Con controllers becoming desynced from the Switch console, it appears it has a solution for those affected. No, it's not avoidance of aquariums or all other wireless devices; instead, it's ...and more »