Ok, I have no update with the DMD yet, I did pull it out and test it by putting/removing pressure on the where the pins go in between the DMD glass. This gets one segment back but not another. I don't see any broken or loose contacts. Looks like I would have to grind down the glass/plastic or whatever it is to access the solder pads in order to try and repair them. I am afraid of doing something that will make the DMD even worse so for the time being, I am just gonna let it the way it is any maybe try and find a color DMD somewhere for it. I would rather have a couple lines out that is really only noticeable when looking to see what ball I am on then to try and open it and make it worse or stop working all together.
I did notice the ball trough switch that senses when there is a ball in the outlane was broken. I ordered another switch which has a wire like this on it. https://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/95-4164-00
After playing several games I noticed a couple things, the ball would not plunge very hard sometimes onto the field (wouldn't hit any of the bullet targets) and 2nd, if I did the highway shot where the ball would loop around the top of the game and it comes down to the flipper. If I held either side of the flippers up in order to try and catch the ball, if the ball hit them at any decent speed, the flipper would be knocked back down causing the ball to drain. It mostly happened with the left flipper, but the right flipper did it once or twice.
So I looked for an EOS switch by the flipper thinking maybe it needed cleaned, didn't see anything other then the coil. I searched this forum and did find that there should be one that notes when the flipper is moved down slightly and temporarily applies high power to the fliper to hold the ball. I looked at the flipper control board and noticed the two upper fuses that are closest to the playfield had broken fuse clamps. They were barely holding the fuses in. I had some spare replacements from when I had my Baywatch, so I replaced them and soldered them in. Then I noticed as I was putting the fuses back in, the F-3 fuse was blown. I replaced that, played a bunch of games and so far it has not blown, not sure if the loose fuses above it caused it or what. Also the ball has yet to knock either of the flippers down so I am not sure if those couple issues were causing it or not as it hasn't done it yet. Can't find what the F-3 fuse does in the schematic, it only seems to list the wires and what they are for and not the fuses.
Now for the ball plunging issue, I noticed that the switch that I replaced in the trough was bent up more and was actually holding the ball from getting all the way down to the plunger coil. I noticed that when the coil fires the ball out the trough, it is hitting the switch metal wire that the ball sits on and was bending it forward. I also noticed the coil bracket was loose and only had one out of 3 screws holding it in. I found another screw in the bottom of the cabinet and added it and tightened both. I bent the wire that goes to the ball trough switch down to try and make it clear the shooter coil, however if I bend it too far down, the ball won't activate it. If its too far up the plunger hits it, bending it forward. Any ideas what I should do? Did I get the wrong switch? It has a metal wire on that looks like this with the angle obviously going up through the slot in the playfield https://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/95-4164-00