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Missing component next to wifi/bluetooth bga chip

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(Borrowed and cropped picture) As the headline states I am missing a component next to the wifi/bluetooth chip, it's a row of 7 components nd the farthest is missing, I think it accidentally got blown away from the hot air gun when replacing the WiFi chip. I need to identify this component so I can get it working again, please anybody

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@zpeedster that is reference designator R5205_RF which is a 0.00ohm 1/32W resistor in a 01005 package. A zero-ohm resistor is essentially a piece of wire used as a jumper. It can be used as a testpoint. A lot of times these can be repalced with a jumper.

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Thanks! I will give it a try to just bridge it with a copper wire. :)

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