I found a cap short near the m92t36. It was the only thing that I could find that might be causing a boot up problem. I removed the m92t36, but the solder was insanely hard to melt, even with help from flux and low temp solder. I had the heat gun up to 840 degrees Fahrenheit. Really hot. I was able to remove the chip but because of the heat it just crumbled under my tweezers and once I was down to the metal, the low temp solder and heat finally got to the oem solder and got melty. Pad 34 was lost. I’m really sad. I don’t know what it does, but I was able to find some copper where the pad was and I tested the bare copper for continuity and it goes to ground. If that is what it is supposed to do, fantastic!, I can wire mod a new chip in. If not, does anyone know where I CAN wire Pin 34 to?