If it's only that small SMT part you can ask your local electronics shop in town. They will do it for a couple of bucks. Though Im not sure if it is a capacitor or resistor. If you can get a pic of a working one you might see which part was there.
Im repairing electronics myself as a hobby and I use parts from old / damaged GPU cards. To me it looks like a 0805 smd capacitor (but Im not 100% sure until I can measure it). You don't need a complete schematic. Usually a local tech geek in your town could measure the one on the right side and solder a new one there. The part itself costs 2 cents. The whole work shouldn't cost you more than a cup of coffee.
Here a youtube video I've found how easy it is to resolder a smd capacitor yourself: