Sorry for the delay, but life does get in the way once in a while.
It looks like a lot of the ink went with the smoke but under the right light I could make out WX 16403HN. The NTE7155 appears to be working ok. However, I am not going to give it the smoke test by shorting out the output. If I am ordering parts from someone that also has the TDA2822 I will buy a couple and run a comparison.
My next step is to quantitatively set the BFO. With the equipment I have I should be able to get some repeatable numbers.
Thank for the feedback. The spirit of Amateur Radio is alive and well :-)
Bob - KE7JL