So I was trying to remove one of my SIM cards from the FP2. Turns out that it was a nanoSIM inside a microSIM adapter. It got a bit loose and took one of the pins with it. You can see it on the picture, the right SIM card slot is missing the rightmost pin. I managed to salvage it, but I don’t think there’s much I can do with it - it’s probably too tiny to be soldered back in place.
I’m thinking about buying another SIM card reader from eBay or something, and then soldering it above the broken one. The back cover should still fit if it’s thin enough. On the other hand, I didn’t see an easy way to remove the broken SIM card slot.
I contacted support and they suggested a self-repair or a repair shop - the SIM card slots are micro-soldered on the board. But I thought I’d ask here first