Nintendo Switch stuck on boot-logo - suggestions?
I have a fairly new Nintendo Switch that is stuck at the Switch boot-logo wich will stay there forever. Charging is normal and it will charge at 15V and around .8 A.
When turning off it has like a short cracking sound coming from it. Just like a short smack or tick (it’s fairly noticable).
It will not boot into safe-mode or into recovery-mode.
Inside it looks fine, but its a different board than what I’m used to, so the layout and IC’s are a little bit different from the others. It reads HAD-CPU-01
All normal fault zones like the charging IC and display IC checks out ok with no shorted capacitors or anything out of the ordinary…
But when I check around this place, on the bottom side from the CPU there is 3 shorted capacitors nearby. I guess it should not be like this..? Can someone check if these actually short to ground on both sides? (I ask because some places they should, but since I not have a known good board, I am not sure what they should read.
Thanks for answers.
The capacitors marked in red are the ones that shows short to ground-plane on both sides.
Area of fault: