You can maybe google some topic such as
"bally early solid state repair guide"
And check out the first handfull of hits. Usually quite a few with various priceless info.
An additional good thing to add, in general, is if you wind up with specific questions later on, be open about your ecperience level. Sometimes people will give you all kinds of helpfull advice on things to check, but if you don't know how to properly use meter etc to check that, just say so; people all start somewhere and lots of users on here will help. It certainly works the other way too, someone may be a super experienced technician with many years experience, so they don't want to waste a user's time with getting explained in detail how to do what would be a basic task to them. Hope that makes sense.
Better to say "hey guys, I do not have soldering or tech skills, yet. Can you help me with this" than to say something like "ohh no problem, I'll go ahead and do that then" and wind up destroying a board or worse because you didn't know what you were doing.
Many people of all skill levels are in this community to help each other out. I don't think I've ever seen someone put down for being up front and asking questions if they do not know how to do something....on the flip side, people that act like they know what they are talking about, won't admit they don't, or just plain don't want to listen...well, they won't get as far.
So, enjoy away. Cool looking game, never got to play a Cybernaught. Take your time, do it right the first time, ask questions, and number one....have fun!
Sorry for the long message. Lol