I'm trying to identify a burnt component on a PCB. This is receiver from Hubsan H301 RC glider. Wings got detached mid air and it slammed into high grass. I forgot to release throttle stick and prop got entangled in the grass. When I found glider there was a smoke coming from the plane. I quickly removed battery but damage was already done. As soon as battery is connected motor is spinning at full power and immediate smoke from the board is observed again. All other functions of the board work as before. Visual inspection revealed obvious damage to one component. See the picture below. This component controls power to the motor. To my surprise positive lead of the 2S battery supplying power to this board has direct connection to the motor. Second wire of the motor is connected to the common top row of the damaged component therefore it controls ground connection to the motor. Leftmost three leads in the bottom row of the 8 pin component are also connected together. As far as I can tell writing on the component is 330CSAD or 3300SAD. I think this is some mosfet similar to SIR330DP. http://www.vishay.com/docs/67089/sir330dp.pdf Is this true or did I get it completely wrong?
Picture of the board. Original is from http://images.amain.com/images/large/hub/hubh301f-07.jpg