Everything you need to know is here:
But, sounds like you need to inspect/clean several stepper units (score reels, balls played unit). I'd inspect, manually advance (and reset if appropriate) each one using the plungers. Clean (perhaps disassemble) each one as needed for proper operation. Put a score on each score reel and start a game - do all reels reset to 0? Do things score properly when you manually actuate the 1 pt N-relay? 10 pt M-relay? 100 pt Q-relay? Are the adjacent score reels carrying over properly from 9 to 0?
Maybe post a video?
Also, here's what I would do for any new project:
- post your location so a local can help if needed
- unplug machine
- inspect the line cord for nicks; repair with tape if needed
- inspect line cord for a good plug end; replace plug end if needed
- pull each fuse, test if good with a multimeter
- read each fuse and ensure they are the proper value (they never are)
--- you want the same "blow rate", same amperage and same or higher voltage rating
--- see fuse table below
- insert fuses and ensure fuse clips are still grabbing well
- manually advance each stepper and score reel by actuating step-up plunger
--- if the steppers have a reset plunger, actuate by hand also
--- if they are not mechanically moving well (and resetting *fully*), clean them til they do
- remove & clean each "jones plug" with a stiff wire brush to clean the male pins
- ensure all the "jones plugs" are connected below playfield and in backbox
- ensure the "fish paper" insulation is still in place at the flippers and start button on coin door to prevent 120v shock
- plug in machine
- advance "replay unit" (credit reel) so there are credits on the game
- manually put a non-zero score on each score reel for all players
- start a game (start button, coin switch or start relay)
- do all scores reset to 0 ??
- test scoring by manually actuating the 1 pt, 10 pt, 100 pt, etc. relays.
- call and place an order with pinballresource. tell them you are a newbie and what game you have.
--- order the schematic, rubber kit, new balls, any needed fuses, switch adjuster, a flexstone, a few boxes of 47 bulbs, playfield cleaner
- flipper rebuild kit
- free play modification
- troubleshoot any playfield issues
- troubleshoot match unit
FUSES FOR FASHION SHOW:
115V main line - 5A slo blow, wh-gr-blk wire and a ? color wire
115V bank setup - 1A slo blo, wh-slate-orange wire and a ? color wire
25V coils - 10A fast blow, red-yel wire and red-wh wire
6V backbox lights - 15A fast blow, blk-wh wire and a white wire
6V playfield lights - 10A fast blow, blk+wh wire and a white wire