So here's the thing; I opened my Novak 27mhz FM 3 channel receiver to replace the antenna. While trying to pull the circuit board out of the case, I accidentally pulled on one of the components, a small blue rectangular thing soldered to the board.
Well, it popped open, and the contents spilled out. In a mess. Inside were a series of small black squares and several metal separating pieces. Now they're in a pile.
I tried to assemble them back, in a manner which seemed... uh... logical, but the receiver no worky no more.
Did I totally kill my receiver? Anyone know what these squares are? (I'm thinking perhaps the receiver tuning crystals or something?) Can I fix it? Is this a component I can replace? Is it worth it?
There's a picture below of the receiver in question; the yellow circles show the remainder of the component on the breadboard and the blue "cover" off to the right.
I'm cross-posting this to several boards, and checking responses on all of them, so if you subscribe to more than one board, there's no need to answer on all of them - but if you know what I broke (especially if you know how to fix it) please respond on at least one!