So doing some research on the internet I came across a pinside thread similar to my issue however they were able to have this fixed by replacing two transistors on their magnet driver board.
I've recently purchased a last action hero data East and had noticed one of the three slow blow fuses for the three magnets had blown so I replace that, but constantly blows. The old magnet driver board looked beyond repair with tracks being replaced by pieces of small wire and big blobs of solder being replaced for some tracks as well. I can't even tell where the real circuitry is on that board underneath with the persons attempted repairs.
I went ahead and purchased a new one from ministry of sound. The problem I have now is instead of the magnet driver board energizing and staying on once it's activated in the gameplay and then eventually blowing a 3 amp SB, underneath the Playfield, I have F5 in the back box constantly blowing when the game is powered on. In the instruction manual F5 is for 50v coils, this was fine with the old board. The new board is brand new out of sealed packaging there should be nothing wrong with this. Theres a power on indication on this new magnet driver board. Has a red LED. after it blows fuse F5 it the board appears to remain on. But I can't play the game if there's no coils working, so can't test the new board either. As for the new board I have followed this up also with the supplier. Still waiting on further emails.
I suspect one of the magnets is shorted and instead of one of the 3 amp SB fuses blowing it now takes out the 5 amp SB in the PPB? This might be an existing problem with the game if that is the problem. Any help would be fantastic here.