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-Hopefully you have all of the pieces! Yes, these can be desoldered to the logic board by someone with the proper skills and tools. This is beyond what a DIY can do as the tools needs are specialized and you need access to the schematics and boardview drawings.
+Hopefully you have all of the pieces! Yes, these can be resoldered to the logic board by someone with the proper skills and tools. This is beyond what a DIY can do as the tools needs are specialized and you need access to the schematics and boardview drawings.
How did they come off is also important! I’m suspecting you poked too deep with your tools to pop the bottom cover off. You may have caused other damage and the one or more of the parts could be damaged as well.

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Original post by: Dan ,

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Hopefully you have all of the pieces! Yes, these can be desoldered to the logic board by someone with the proper skills and tools. This is beyond what a DIY can do as the tools needs are specialized and you need access to the schematics and boardview drawings.

How did they come off is also important! I’m suspecting you poked too deep with your tools to pop the bottom cover off. You may have caused other damage and the one or more of the parts could be damaged as well.

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open