SMT Identification "W6" or "W6P"

I am trying to identify Q81 in a Skar RP-4500. I believe its part of the remote or protection circuit. I dont know what to replace it with.

I believe the identifier is W6 and the P is the date code. I dont know which manufacture uses this style of date code marking. It appears to be the same transistor used in Q275. See attached.

I believe it is a pnp because I have tested in diode check off board.

black probe on base red probe on collecor =.701v

black probe on base red probe on emitter = .012v

in resistance mode its showing 25 ohms between the base and emitter.
 

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It is possible seeing as i have no signs of life and the relay doesn't engage and i believe Q275 is part of the remote circuit but i am unsure.

Q275 pin 1 is directly connected to ground.

Pin 3 of Q275 is connected to the base of Q225 (2sc2412k).

Pin 3 of Q275 to ground i measure 99.7kΩ
 

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Starting with resistance mode.

Red on pin 1.

Black on pin 2: OL

Red on 1 Black on pin 3: starts at 45Ω and decreases to 25Ω with a time span of about 20 seconds.

Black on 1 Red on 2: 6.6MΩ

Black on 1 red on 3: starts at 45Ω and decreases to 25Ω with a time span of about 20 seconds.

Diode Mode:

Red on 1 Black on 2: OL

Red on 1 Black on 3: Starts at .040v and drops down to .015

Black on 1 red on 2: .703v

Black on 1 red on 3: .015V