All 3 people got back to me, all said it would not be economical to fix. Unfortunately, while I know how to solder and have done so for years, soldering small things like this is not something I'm good at. I did change a board connector and some other minor parts on Dr. Dude years back and it took quite a bit of time and that was before a wife and two little kids. I'll bite the bullet and get the board. If I open Dr. Dude and have a problem, I might consider trying to do it, but if I was stupid enough to forget the batteries in all 3, I might just ask the wife to back over me with the SUV. LOL
So main question, can I save the 3 chips? pics of the two I got out. The ASIC is still in the board and hopefully okay.