Hello friends, long time owner of a 1973 Gottlieb Jack in the Box that is having issues with the start-up sequence. I turn on the unit, add a credit (it is set-up to not require coins to operate, instead a button is pressed on the outside of the coin door to add players), and the scoring motor continously runs but the scoring reels do not reset. If I manually reset the scoring wheels to zero the scoring motor stops spinning. Now that the scoring motor stopped, I could trigger the bumpers with my hand and it was scoring properly (I had the playfield open). I beleive I had isolated my start-up issues to the scoring reels not resetting to zero. I visually inspected the score units for anything obvious that could be wrong but nothing was noticeable. I carefully removed the score units and cleaned the contacts with Q-tips and alcohol. I did the same with the score unit relays also in the upper cabinet. I also cleaned the stepper unit as it is right in front of your face when working in the upper cabinet. The contacts were all extremely dirty and I went through quite a bit of Q-tips. I beleive I did more wrong than good even with my best efforts to be careful. When turning on the machine, the scoring motor continuously spins, the scoring wheels still do not reset to zero and now the scoring motor will not stop even if I manually reset the scoring reels to zero. At this point I would be more comfortable finding someone with experience to repair it. Can anyone refer me to someone in the Milwaukee WI area that could assist?