If you’re having problems with the Switch screen on your TV, it might just be because you have an older model.
A spokesperson for Nintendo told ABC Radio Melbourne the console was not designed to run on an older TV, but it is compatible with the older TV.
“We know that there are a lot of people that are still running on older TVs,” Nintendo said.
The spokesperson said the console would not work if you were in a room with a TV that was not compatible with it.””
If you’re in the living room, the Switch will automatically switch on and off and we’ll be able to power the TV.”
The spokesperson said the console would not work if you were in a room with a TV that was not compatible with it.
“When you turn the power on and the TV is on, it’s just like if you’re out in the yard,” the spokesperson said.
“It just needs to be turned off and on again.”
Topics:disasters-and-accidents,electrical-engineering,disaster-prevention,internet-technology,switch,australia,melbourne-3000,vic Source: ABC News (AU)