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Well all it took was a legal threat for Nintendo to fix the issue. That being said I still think its an actual analog stick problem as in the actual material Nintendo uses. I've heard people say they sent their joycons in for repairs before and they came back and started drifting not too long after.

Part of me wants to send all 4 of mine in for repair but dont want to waste my time if they come back only to start drifiting again. Either way I still think its awesome Nintendo is fixing the issue and doing it for free on top of that.

But like I said in the previous thread we all need to ban together and threaten Nintendo with a class action lawsuit against Nintendo Switch Online..lol Its the only way we can get things done better apparently..

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