Nintendo Switch Case, as you may know, is a case that holds the console’s power, charging cable, HDMI cable, and SD card in place.
The case also has the necessary screws, so you don’t have to drill them out to fix the problem.
If you don.t want to use the included screws, you can simply use a Phillips screwdriver and the case will hold the console in place while you use a screwdriver or a pair of pliers.
If you have the case, you’ll want to clean it up before you can use it.
You can do this by first cleaning the console itself.
First, remove the case cover and put the console back on the shelf.
Then, use a plastic scraper to remove the cover and the cables that hold the case together.
Once you’ve removed all of the screws and cables, you should be able to see the cables sticking out of the case.
This is where you’ll need to carefully remove the console.
It’s not too hard, though it may take a few tries to do this.
Once the case is off, remove it from the console, and clean it with a soft cloth.
If the console looks completely new, it means that it was washed, but this isn’t a big deal.
Just be sure to rinse the console thoroughly with a water-based product like soap and water before you use it again.
Once all of that’s done, use the plastic scrapper to remove all of your cables.
This will help to free up space on the console so that you can get the case off without damaging it.
Once everything is cleaned, you need to unscrew the case and install the power cord, HDMI and SD cable into the case back.
You’ll need two screws to hold the power cable in place, and you’ll also need to screw the SD card into the SD slot.
Once they’re all in place and everything is secure, plug the Switch case back into the wall, plug it into the power adapter, and enjoy the Switch Case!
You can also see how the Switch is installed in this video by clicking here.