Component (resistor?) broke off near ribbon cable (WiFi/Bluetooth)
today I tried to upgrade my MacBook Pro with the usual SSD+HDD combo.
Therefore I tried to remove the old SuperDrive to fit in the new HDD frame.
Unfortunately super tiny surface mount component broke off while removing the ribbon cable. It was properly a resistor or something like that. It was mounted directly next to the ribbon cable connection the logic board with the WiFi/Bluetooth board. (component located in red rectangle. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/812... Photo by ifixit.com)
Luckily the computer still works fine. Both WiFi an Bluetooth function as usually.
Do I need to do something? Or can the missing component demage other parts of the logic board. (Still covered with AppleCare, btw.)
Any help is much appreciated.
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