Hi, no worries. Just try include pronouns like 私, あなた, それ, これ etc in your Japanese before translating, I understand that for you it’s clear from context but when it’s translated into English we lose all of that and without the pronouns it’s hard for us English speakers to understand what is being talked about . Also feel free to include the original Japanese text too, my Japanese skills are really rusty (or just plain bad in general) but I may be able to read / understand a little if somethings lost in translation
for example, your sentance
I’m sorry if it’s hard to understand what you mean.
without the pronouns the translator is making the assumption that your talking about the other person (us) being hard to understand, by saying “you mean” (あなた) instead of what you actually meant, which would be 私 . So I think your original sentence in japanese would be closer to
Which I imagine will seem a little wierd or perhaps very specific for you, but it provides full context and translates back to
I’m sorry if what I say is difficult for you to understand.
Which I think is what you meant
Anyway, can you tell me what led to the current failure mode of the Switch? Or did it arrive to you in this current state?
Don’t worry, it’s just because your measuring in circuit, that and some meters are twitchier (more eratic) than others.
This is all fine.
This is perhaps slightly high… though I have measured this sometimes on some board revisions and it’s normal too. We’ll keep this in mind for later as it may imply a Ram related issue, I’ll wait to see if your Switch is unpatched.
(above is just asking about USB and LCD connector for anyone else reading)
新規ユーザーの方に限り、写真やリンクの添付ができない仕組みとなっております。リンクの整形方法は以下の通りです。小数点（ピリオド）の間にスペースを入れるか、括弧（カッコ）で囲むことができます。例えば、あなたのリンク（ドット）コムのようにしてください。 / yourlink (dot) com
Not really, this point is PSYS rail, doesn’t really confirm or deny USB issues.
For the USB port, check it at more of an angle and look at the gold contacts / pins and check for issues. You can even give the platic stem a wiggle with some tweezers to se if there is a break too (battery disconnected of course)
Can you take a photo of the other side of the board too