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I had it multiple times on the left joycon, even died because of it once. I hold it about 1m away from the dock that sits in front of me on the table.



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Nope. Don't think I ever will.

I do keep my Switch about 6ft from the router and it still has about a 60% strength connection when everything else is at 100%, though. Not a big issue, but interesting.



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All good so far, and ive played a lot of 1,2 Switch. Also played 2 player Bomberman extensively.



None so far thankfully, I deliberately played with the grip for a while trying to get interference and didn't lose connection. Hoping things stay that way.



pokoko said:
Supposedly Super Boom's cat's ass generated an electrical field that made his Joy Con explode.

I resolved the cat ass issue. Though I did run into another cat problem. Earlier I was laughing so hard at Konosuba, Mao freaked out and bolted, jumping over my TV stand and knocking the Switch over in its dock. He doesn't even feel guilty about it either.

Nintendo needs to release a cat FAQ to help resolve these dilemmas.

As for the topic, I had issues at first, but realized it was because the dock was behind the TV. After I moved it up, I haven't had an issue since. Well...other than my earlier cat issue.



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Yes, quite a few times they stop responding. Sometimes the direction i was pressing seems to get stuck and i need to change position just for them to react. It's pretty annoying and it only happens when playing in docked mode. I prefer playing in handheld mode but unfortunately i have no way to charge it and play at the same time :/

On a good note though, i'm enjoying zelda quite a bit and i've never liked any of the previous games in the series, so yeah... some silver lining there



vivster said:
I had it multiple times on the left joycon, even died because of it once. I hold it about 1m away from the dock that sits in front of me on the table.
setsunatenshi said:
Yes, quite a few times they stop responding. Sometimes the direction i was pressing seems to get stuck and i need to change position just for them to react. It's pretty annoying and it only happens when playing in docked mode. I prefer playing in handheld mode but unfortunately i have no way to charge it and play at the same time :/

On a good note though, i'm enjoying zelda quite a bit and i've never liked any of the previous games in the series, so yeah... some silver lining there

If your joycons are giving you issues, please make use of the warranty and have Nintendo replace them. Do NOT let Nintendo off easy on this.

 

I feel quite passionate about this issue myself and if my joy-cons aren't functioning properly, I am going to hound Nintendo firmly until the issue is resolved.