wrt to score features lockout relay ...
when looking from the front of the game, the serial numbers are stamped into the wood on the right side of the cabinet and the top/right side of the head. If they are painted in or sanded off, no big deal because ....
The extra switch on the replay cams index unit is on your second schem pic in post 1 ... labelled "REPLAY CAMS INDEX". It's job is to trip the score features lockout coil if the replay cams index unit powers. The switch has wires 30 and 60-6 on it, and the font on the schem is different so it was a factory change.
logically why was this switch added? The score card tells you. "score feature cancelled after in-line score has registered". Without that switch, if you had change scores before shooting 4th/5th ball enabled, you could play for higher scores after already having a 3 or 4-in-line winner.
so the manual is wrong because it was printed before they made the change ... and so is the schem really given the way the switches look configured in your game. Unless someone took the stack apart and put it together wrong or replaced the stack and reconfigured it, IF the top switch has wires 80 and 15-2 on the blades, then it's doing what the manual/schems 16C is doing....but by convention it should be called 16D.
anyway, I'll look in the museum's game on monday and see what the switch stack looks like on that one.
I shoulda read the whole thread more carefully. The score feature lockout coil will power/trip as soon as you turn the game on if the selection feature unit is not reset ... or if the tilt trip relay is tripped ... or the path you have in post 14 if the shutter is closed. The anti-cheat relay switches are drawn in power-off state.
trip relays should never cook because they almost all have switches on the stacks above them that disconnected the coil as soon as the thing trips. In this case, switch 2 should open and disconnect the circuit regardless of how it's completed in the maze of possibilities at/above wire 60-6. Check switch 2 and verify the relay is actually tripping.
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the trip relay symbol on the schem has the switch drawn with a J wire connecting it to the coil. It's almost always a black jumper wire and the switch is never labelled on the schem.
the tilt trip relay is an exception ... doesn't have the switch by the coil because the SPDT switch at I7 is doing the same function. That switch also disconnects most of the 50V circuit as well.
the EB trip relay oddly has a numbered wire instead of the jumper, and a bunch of the trip relays don't have the dashed box drawn around them to save space.