I have a cheap 220mhz magnet mount I was going to use on the metal roof for a temporary setup. I grabbed the antenna and tried to unscrew what looked like the coil from the base, and felt the coax pop inside. Oops. I cut the felt open and yep, twisted it right off the solder lugs. No big deal... but wait, there's a stray little ceramic capacitor in there. Huh? I'm far from an expert on antenna theory, buy I don't recall ever seeing a cap in an antenna base before. Problem is, I cannot tell if it was soldered between the center conductor of the coax and the antenna element or if it was soldered between the coax shield/ground and the center conductor/antenna. It's still attached to the center solder lug of the brass antenna base. Any insight? Is it advisable to remove entirely, or should I solder it back to where it came off of?