Fifth generation of iPhone. Repair of this device is straightforward, and requires screwdrivers, prying tools, and patience. GSM/CDMA / 16, 32, or 64 GB / Black or White.

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No Service After Battery Replacement

After recently replacing my battery with new one I noticed when I put my phone back together and turned it on I wasn't getting a cellular signal. Everything else worked great aside from that. I Read online that I may have knocked loose an inductor coil or capacitor in the process resulting in this issue so I took my phone apart and inspected it with a microscope. To my dismay I noticed something was indeed missing from my logic board but it wasn't the blue inductor coil. This is a picture of the piece I am missing: http://s32.beta.photobucket.com/user/ooh...

It's the piece in the red rectangle

Any help in resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated! I'll try anything

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So that's what it is! Thanks again my friend!

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oohchild99, the piece in the red square in your image is the MURATA-824-2170MHZ 0402 package and appears to be one of Murata's "Chip Multilayer LC Filters (BPF)". Check the same issue "No Service" after repair, Missing Component.

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try putting it into airplane mode for about 2mins then take in off of airplane mode works most of the time for me

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oohchild99 will be eternally grateful.
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