What is the proper stack up for the cam wheels in the player unit on a Gottlieb 2-Player Solar City (and probably a lot of similar 2-player machines)? I am working on a 1977 Solar City game where the cogs on the 3rd and 4th wheels (the red ones which control the score runout at machine reset) are positioned between ball 4 and ball 5 on the first two cam wheels. As a result, during a 5-ball game, when the machine goes from ball 4 to ball 5, the scores get messed up because of the attempted runout and the player unit does not advance all the way to the ball 5 position. If I rotate these cam wheels 180 degrees, it places the runout cogs between balls 1 and 2 and the same problem occurs there.
There is another set of holes that will allow the 3rd and 4th wheels to be in a different rotational position relative to the first two wheels. Using these holes places the runout cogs somewhere in the middle of ball play (I think somewhere in the ball 2 to ball 3 position), and the 180 degree position places the last runout cog at the zero position, exactly lined up with the player 1, ball 1 cog on the first wheel. I have not tried placing the wheels in this position yet, but I am thinking this may prevent proper runout of the player 2 scores at game reset.
So I'm looking for some way of knowing what the intended position of these two cam wheels is as I am not sure that this unit was disassembled and then re-assembled incorrectly by a prior owner.