Congratulations, I'm so happy you were able to find her beak!Thank you everyone for the info! priceless!. I did find the beak. It took a long long time! lots of trips back and forth from the bator to keep her warm. There is one large vein I can see this morning that doesn't seem to have got any smaller? I did find the yolk, and it is smaller this morning. She is cheeping and wriggling about, but I am not comfortable to help her out just yet because of the vein. Its nearly day 25. She's a big chick as well. I will keep her membrane moist and see how she goes over this afternoon.
It sounds like a good plan of action to me, I would definitely be wary of getting her out with that vein and the yolk not being completely absorbed yet. Is she making any eating/nibbling motions with her beak? My babies often start cheeping a lot when they want out and will sharply thrust upwards with their beak repeatedly (like they would to break their shell in a normal hatch). When they start this hatching behavior sometimes they come out on their own, other times they aren't making any progress and I help them. I've definitely heard of overeager babies who want out before they are actually ready but I've been blessed to not have any of those yet. Good luck, I'm routing for her!