I repair intelligent lighting fixtures. These devices have a large number of motors, and so they also have a large number of motor drivers. It's not uncommon to have a single PCB with more than a dozen individual motor drivers mounted. A common issue with a particular series of fixtures is a driver failing in such a way that the 24V motor supply rail is shorted to ground. (Here's the datasheet for the driver in question)
My question: How can I identify which driver has failed, without desoldering multiple drivers until the short goes away?