I'm 99% sure the answer is no but... are schematics available for the PCB?
My game has had an issue with the scoop flasher since I bought it(come to find out this flasher was disconnected before I took possession). If I put a bulb in the flasher it affects other lamps. I tried swapping the lamp controller chip, adding diodes to the flashers since my game didn't have any, checking diodes in about 75% of the lamp sockets, comparing measurements of all the lamp transistors(they all seem good), and I can't figure it out.
I'd love to be able to trace back from the scoop flasher on paper to see where I should be looking. I know I can remove the PCB and do it that way but I like paper.
On top of everything, this is a prototype machine so the wiring is random colors. I've started to trace out the offending lamp row and column wiring to see if maybe there is a transposed wire somewhere but so far no.
Good thing is if I pull the scoop flasher bulb, all the other bulbs work fine-ish. I say "-ish" because once I added an LED OCD I have two bulbs that slightly ghost in the scoop flasher's lamp column. This has motivated me to once again try and fix whatever is going on.