This is in regards to my Gilligan's island sound board (A-12738-20003). The back story is the sound was very scratchy when I bought the game. I took the easy route and bought Marco cap kit for it. The board was clearly worked on in the past. I replaced all the caps except for the two large caps as they looked newer. The game sounded better but not great. I then replaced the two larger caps. When I put the board back in the game to test it, I accidentally connected both sound plugs (J504 and J505 ) to the positive output (pin 2 on each connector, J504-2 and J505-2) instead of pin J504-2 and J505-3. Within a few seconds I could smell a chip or component burning and I shut the game off. There is absolutely no sound output from the board now.
I order a new amp (U1) and replaced that, no change. I swapped out the three sound ROMs (U14, U15, U18) and the three other socketed chips (U10, U11, U13) into a known working board and it still worked perfect, so I know those components all are good along with the speakers in my game.
The R20 resistor looks like it got pretty warm. It measures around 2.5 Ohms. It should be a 1 Ohm resistor. I have not replaced this yet as I don't have the correct resistor in stock.
I'm looking for suggestions on what components I likely damaged which I should check or replace?