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Versión actual por: Rany ,

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@promaster123 check the back and top of your faulty logic board. The grey chip there is the Wi-Fi chip. Coming out of it are lines for the Wi-Fi signal going to the antenna. Is anything missing, broken off, damaged on that line? Otherwise you could have flexed and/or damaged the Wi-Fi chip itself.
 
You can post high-res picture of the board in that area if you'd like a second opinion.
 
EDIT: looking at those pictures, it seems you have long screw damage to one of the screw holes which can typically cause this loss of Wi-Fi.
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What's this at the bottom of this picture? Isn't the screw nut missing?

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Editado por: Rany ,

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@promaster123 check the back and top of your faulty logic board. The grey chip there is the Wi-Fi chip. Coming out of it are lines for the Wi-Fi signal going to the antenna. Is anything missing, broken off, damaged on that line? Otherwise you could have flexed and/or damaged the Wi-Fi chip itself.
 
You can post high-res picture of the board in that area if you'd like a second opinion.
 
EDIT: looking at those pictures, it seems you have long screw damage to one of the screw holes which can typically cause this loss of Wi-Fi.

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Aporte original por: Rany ,

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@promaster123 check the back and top of your faulty logic board. The grey chip there is the Wi-Fi chip. Coming out of it are lines for the Wi-Fi signal going to the antenna. Is anything missing, broken off, damaged on that line? Otherwise you could have flexed and/or damaged the Wi-Fi chip itself.

You can post high-res picture of the board in that area if you'd like a second opinion.

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