i cleaned the board with alchol to clean off the extra flux and it works
Likely, then - you had a short somewhere, and cleaning it removed the short. Here's a tip:
Get yourself a pocket microscope, or one of those USB microscopes off ebay; in a pinch, a jeweller's loupe will work, too. Use that to inspect your work carefully after you finish soldering a circuit (or part of a circuit). You'll be able to easily see cold solder joints, joints that need more solder, and solder bridges (as well as beaded solder; as you solder, the rosin can smoke and pop, throwing small blobs of molten solder around - which is a good reason to wear goggles, btw - but anyhow, those small balls can land and cause bridging). Rework, reflow, or clean up (using a dental pick or similar) those areas that need it, then re-check your work.