If you’re Nintendo closed up shop of its repair center due to the .is broken, it will be some time before it will get fixed.
A notice of the repair center closure appears on Nintendo’s support page Tuesday. It did not provide a timeframe of when it will reopen.
“Due to preventive measures put in place for the COVID-19 coronavirus, and in accordance with federal and local guidelines, our repair centers are closed until further notice,” the company’s message said. “Once repair services resume, we will work as quickly as possible to get you playing again.”
Along with the notice, Nintendo did have some answers for those who already sent their item to be repaired. Those who already sent a unit to Nintendo will have them returned as undeliverable. If the repair center received the item, it will stay there until it reopens.
Customers who were able to send their products in for repair are advised to hold onto them. Repair orders will stay in the company’s system for 180 days and should be sent in when the center is up and running. If an item falls out of warranty during this closure, Nintendo says they will honor the warranty during this period of time the center is closed.
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