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Hey @daewok!
It sounds like you could have one of two problems:
# The left button contact is bad (or has something stuck to it). In this case, you would just need to replace the button itself—you can find sets on [https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brand-New-Original-Nintendo-Switch-Joy-Con-Black-Replacement-Face-Buttons/173717911376?hash=item287264f750:g:vZsAAOSwZhtbvPI9|Ebay] or [https://www.amazon.com/Buttons-Directional-navigation-Nintendo-Controller/dp/B07BXR42MB|Amazon] for pretty cheap, and follow this [guide|115174|guide] for the repair.
# The contact pad on the motherboard could also be bad, in which case you would need to replace the whole board (which is also pretty cheap on [https://www.ebay.com/i/113398235211?chn=ps|Ebay]). We don’t have a specific guide for a motherboard replacement yet, but the steps are the same as shown in the button removal guide.
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-The button removal guide lists all of the tools you’ll need—basically you’ll just need a Y000 screwdriver bit, a small Philips driver bit, something to pry with, and something to tweeze with (if you want to be super prepared you can go in for a [product|IF145-307|toolkit]).
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The Joy-Cons are actually pretty easy to work on, as long as you’re careful and stay organized! I hope this helps, let us know how it goes and if you have any more questions.

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原帖由: Taylor Dixon ,

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Hey @daewok!

It sounds like you could have one of two problems:

# The left button contact is bad (or has something stuck to it). In this case, you would just need to replace the button itself—you can find sets on [https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brand-New-Original-Nintendo-Switch-Joy-Con-Black-Replacement-Face-Buttons/173717911376?hash=item287264f750:g:vZsAAOSwZhtbvPI9|Ebay] or [https://www.amazon.com/Buttons-Directional-navigation-Nintendo-Controller/dp/B07BXR42MB|Amazon] for pretty cheap, and follow this [guide|115174|guide] for the repair.
# The contact pad on the motherboard could also be bad, in which case you would need to replace the whole board (which is also pretty cheap on [https://www.ebay.com/i/113398235211?chn=ps|Ebay]).  We don’t have a specific guide for a motherboard replacement yet, but the steps are the same as shown in the button removal guide.

The button removal guide lists all of the tools you’ll need—basically you’ll just need a Y000 screwdriver bit, a small Philips driver bit,  something to pry with, and something to tweeze with (if you want to be super prepared you can go in for a [product|IF145-307|toolkit]).

The Joy-Cons are actually pretty easy to work on, as long as you’re careful and stay organized! I hope this helps, let us know how it goes and if you have any more questions.

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