I’ve recently had to take apart my Switch for the third time or so. It had a blown speaker I’d been lazy with since I’m largely a dock player. I made a rookie mistake in letting the right rail roll out of place with it’s screws removed. The short fall broke the ribbon wire and the right side was no longer able to send a charge. I ordered the replacement rail as I knew it should be no issue as the right is far easier than the left. Long story short the new part isn’t sending a current, and my SD slot wont click back into place. I do not have magnification on high levels so I took some shots with my HTC 12 as it can capture a good amount of detail. I’ve got pictures of the pins in the SD slot on the part and the MOBO. I’m not 100% as to how the pins should look naturally, but here are some photos I got. Can anyone see what, if anything is keeping my SD slot from clicking back in? Also short sighted to leave the battery plugged in while plugging the new ribbon cable for the right rail, I know, but could that have shorted the part? I know the damage isn’t on the MOBO end as I so clearly broke the last rail. It’s worth noting I had no response to powering on the switch after replacing the rail. A quick unplug and re plug of the battery got it back up and running so that’s the gist of my situation. Broken speaker repair led me to a broken rail and issues with my SD slot. Even worse, I’ve opened up my switch at least 3 other times and didn’t fug up. This week is just not for me.
I can’t seem to get the two photos to post with this. Anyone who thinks they can help, please reach out.