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How to Fix Error Code 2137-7504 on Nintendo Switch

How to Fix Error Code 2137-7504 on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch is one of the most popular consoles of all time, but that does not mean it cannot have errors from time to time. Users will occasionally experience errors when connecting to game services like the eShop or downloading updates for a game. Here’s how to fix Error Code 2137-7504 on Nintendo Switch if you are experiencing problems.

What is Error Code 2137-7504 on Nintendo Switch?

The Nintendo Switch Error Code 2137-7504 results from a problem connecting to the Nintendo eShop or Nintendo Switch Online server. One possible reason for this error could be that the Nintendo servers are currently experiencing issues or downtime. For some reason, your client cannot establish a connection with the server and will therefore show this error code to let you know there’s an issue.

Luckily, you can easily check if Nintendo is having any online service issues directly from their website. Visit the Nintendo Status Page and select your region. You can see maintenance and service status updates for all Nintendo services on that page. The messages may be slightly delayed when they occur outside regular working hours, such as late nights or holidays.

When you receive Error Code 2137-7504 on Nintendo Switch, you will likely see an error on the status page regarding Nintendo Switch Online, affecting certain network services. If the network service is unavailable at a given time, you will not be able to connect to the servers. Additionally, all network services may also be having issues, which is an indication of ongoing issues that may take some time to resolve.

How to fix Error Code 2137-7504 on Nintendo Switch?

Because this error is server-side on Nintendo’s end, there is nothing you can do to fix it. We recommend being patient and waiting until the Nintendo team has a chance to fix it. Nintendo is usually quick to address and fix the issue whenever there is downtime. 

However, if there are no Nintendo service issues, your connection could be having problems. Double-check to ensure you can connect to the internet and other multiplayer games without a problem. You can try to restart your modem and router if you suspect any problems.

Lastly, you can contact Nintendo Support if the issues persist for a while. They will be glad to assist you and resolve any problems preventing you from connecting to the Nintendo Switch.

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