Diagnosing short inside Nintendo Switch
My Nintendo Switch suddenly wouldn't turn on or charge. Nothing on the screen, no reboot/reset trick I have tried worked.
I often used a normal USB-C instead of the official charger, which might have damaged it.
I tested the current while charging (/w official charger) and got 0.02A without the battery and 0.08A with the battery.
Note: The battery and charger was "known working" and I tested with multiple battery's and chargers.
I also tested the coil and fuse which worked fine.
I tested all capacitors in continuity mode and one had shorted out (Blue).
Some were showing no reaction, on either side, to ground (Red)
Something noteworthy about the capacitors is how all the larger ones, and almost only the larger ones, on the board, were the ones acting weird.
Could replacing any of the chips or capacitors fix the capacitor short?
Could anyone please help me find the schematics and boardview of the pre-2020 Nintendo Switch?