Nintendo Switch Lite LCD Screen Replacement

May 12, 2021 3 min read

Welcome to an informative post regarding the ins and outs of replacing your broken Nintendo Switch Lite LCD display. Damaging the LCD Display on the Nintendo Switch Lite can be very irritating especially when it is a device that we rely on a daily basis. Replacing the LCD won't be a problem because ElectronicsLA carries the exact part required to get your Nintendo Switch Lite replaced and repaired to its original Standard. The Nintendo Switch Lite LCD Screen Replacement Display can be purchased here. The LCD will be shipped from Los Angeles, California and will arrive within 2 - 5 business days depending on your location and shipping service selected at checkout.

The Nintendo Switch Lite was released worldwide on September 20, 2019 by Nintendo, with an immersive online capable experience to play along with friends and family, with the addition of downloading the Nintendo Switch Online App to engage in voice chat with other players using your mobile device. Also being the predecessor for the Nintendo 3DS and the Nintendo 2DS XL. The initial release colors were Gray, Turquoise, and Yellow with the addition of 3 colors down the line. The additional colors released by Nintendo in order were "Zacain and Zamazenta Edition," Coral, and Blue.

Nintendo's Switch Lite is equipped with a 5.5" LCD display with a crisp and high quality resolution of 1280 x 720p. Battery life for the Nintendo Switch Lite can't be overlooked as well. Coming in with a lower battery capacity than the Original Nintendo Switch at 3570mAh compared to 4310mAh, it still has a longer gameplay time estimated at a full 3 - 7 hours, so you could have the maximum game time before needing a charge!

Replacing the screen of the Nintendo switch lite has about 9 sections equating to about 65 different steps from start to finish. It may seem like a lot of steps and very tedious amount of work. Patience and steady hands are extremely needed to complete this kind of job. Following a step-by-step guide with all the tools listed below will help you easily get the job done. A great video guide with easy to understand steps can be viewed here. The video is just over 34 minutes long and you can use the list of parts below to make sure you have the correct tools to breeze through the repair process. Use all the information posted here as a reference for future replacements and practice to easily become experienced on replacing your device come the time you need to visit us again!

  • Difficulty Level: 5/10
  • Minimum Repair Time: 1 Hour
  • Experience Level: Expert
  • HDH-001
  • 1280 x 720 Display Resolution

Common Tools Recommended To Complete Repair:

  • Tri-Point Y00 Screwdriver
  • Opening Picks
  • Phillips #00 Screwdriver
  • Spudger
  • Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Thermal Paste
  • Tweezers
  • Air Blower
  • Adhesive
  • Stationary Mat For Loose Parts

Every part listed above may not be needed depending on your level of experience.



What are the pros and cons of purchasing Nintendo Switch Lite?

The pros of the Nintendo Switch Lite are having a better battery life, being cheaper than the original Nintendo Switch, and can play most switch games! The cons are that the controllers are fixed onto the unit and you cannot dock it. 

How much storage comes with the Nintendo Switch Lite?

Standard internal storage on the Nintendo Switch lite is 32GB. Users have the option to easily expand storage using a microSDXC card up to 2TB which can be purchased here.

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