I have a 1959 Williams Golden Bells that won't start a game. I've gone through and cleaned all the switches, steppers, and wipers, and now am going through the checklist of issues. This one is happening when you first plug the game in and turn it on/try to start a game. The 100k point reset coil locks on. The switch is clean, and giving 0.9 ohms when I measure it. That is in H6-K6 of the schematic. The green-white wire that is tied to the coil on the score motor is in A23. It is the outermost switch on the Index switch stack.
The way I see it, the index stack is supposed to sit in the notch of the cam and when that is happening the switch to the reset coil is closed. So that must mean that something else breaks the circuit to that coil correct? A helpful pinsider pointed to F3 where it says 100,000 S.U. DISC AT ZERO. That's where the wiper sits as far as I can tell because that's where it is when the switch is closed, which it is. That leads to the reset relay. If I trigger that manually the score motor spins a little and then whole game shuts off.
Any help here would be great. I can post pics as needed.