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need help identifying iPhone 5 componant that is lost

Hi guys I am new to all forums and iphone repair so please forgive if i do it wrong. I have tried to do the u2 ic fake charging repair on my iphone 5 as it was no longer charging. I have removed the old ic and I am ready to put the new u2 ic however I lost a tiny componant that is to the right of the ic. I have tried for a week to try and locate it but I have had no luck. Can anyone please end my suffering and possible tell me what it is please.

I also have dead iphone 4 logic boards as well as the iphone 4s, would it be possible to let me know if the one I am looking for is on either of these boards as I kept them just in case as they itunes errors . if some one can still help it is in the group of tiny componants to the right of u2 ic and it is the first horizontal one above the bigger cap.

The componant i am looking for is listed on the schematic as C382 however I do not know how to read the schematic. (YET, I am just starting out).

Any help in this would be greatly appreciated.

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@macster58 C382 is a 56PF 16V 5% capacitor in a 1005 package. Available at places like this for just a few pennies. I would not suggest that you try and harvest this type of component from any other board. Buy a new part and order a dozen since these are no fun to solder...If you absolutely want to pull it off an old board, post a proper picture of a 4S or a 4 logic board with your question so we can point them out. There are plenty of them on there.

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Hi thank you so much for answering this for me and so quickly. I certainly will take your advice and buy new. again thanks so much.


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