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Broken silicon chip

I have a bosch 3051VSR driver drill inside is a chip with a corner broken off, I can see some of the numbers it looks like this.

C2
___
92
G D S
The corner is broke off atfter the C2, There is a parts list for the drill but the chip is not listed.
Any help would be great Jeff

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Try to look wtih the same model of your Mainboard ,so that you can get the right value of the parts.,or else you have to change your Mainboard.

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