The schematics label the reset pin as "RST which is pin number 37 of chip.
A "one" is basically 5 volts DC (2.4 volts or greater).
If you fail at either of these two point, you may create a "cold" solder joint (a solder joint that fatigues, cracks or becomes non-conductive later; the term "cold" came about because there wasn't enough heat used to solder the connection).
There are special rubber jawed mini vices for this task.Though a lifted trace can be tediously repaired, this is the easiest way to ruin a circuit board.In one hand have the soldering iron, and in the other hand have the "cocked" Soldapullt tool.Generally speaking, the larger the physical size of the resistor, the higher the wattage and the higher current it can handle.There is yet another way to test capacitors.XYtronics desoldering gun, part number 129066, about 100.First heat up the solder joint to desolder with the soldering iron.Use this section as well as other sections to use as a guide for proper inspection and service.Cmos chips usually have the numbering convention of 40XX or 45XX.Send them out for repair to a professional.The disadvantage to not having a continuity setting is you must look at your meter to see if you have continuity.Let is warm up fully before using.If the part leg is bent over, heat its solder joint and use a pointy non-metalic object (a wood dowel) to straighten the leg.With all the connectors removed from above, also remove the alligator jumper wire from J206 pin.Also often one of the capacitor's leads (on a new cap) will be longer than the other (to signify polarity).For this example, I will be using a 1990 to 1999 Williams/Bally WPC pinball game.But you also must apply enough heat so the solder joint isn't "cold".
Again, sockets generally use the "notch" in a cross bar for indicating pin one.
Good circuit board repair work requires good light!
Another assembled meter is the CapAnalyzer 88A, sold by MCM Electronics ( part number 72-6508, 179.
Most probes work on 5 to 12 volts.