Please have some patience with me, this is my first pin ever and first thread.
Revenge From Mars, Bally 1999. Bone stock, running 1.1 software. Purchased from the one and only Rob Berk of Chicago Expo fame (very nice gentleman, made me feel comfortable throughout this purchase).
Played the game at Rob Berk's warehouse and all seemed okay. The machine is VERY clean with minor dings on the cabinet. The playfield appears immaculate to me. Computer/mobo/PSU without any accumulated dust and all fans run without issue. No discolored or bulging caps. New rubbers were put on the machine just prior to the Expo (it was there on free play). Upon starting the machine, Rob's right-hand-man told me that any errors show on startup... so I did not bother going into the menus and running the test report. He said "this machine is perfect," and I believed him without question.
Got her home without incident and all tucked into her new spot. I played some games and noticed that some lights were no longer working (skill shot lights for example). So this made me want to go into diagnostics.
Lamp test shows 6 lamps out (open circuit) - cannot be too tough to replace lamps right? I can search online for the operator manual and get the correct bulbs. I've attached a picture of the map for bulbs that are open circuit.
My real issue is "check switch" error with switches 25, 51, 71,12, 74, D14, 77 listed. I've also attached a picture of this. Being a novice, I'd love if someone could provide advice on how I should approach this.
Perhaps driving home in my Ram 3500 at 35mph knocked some things loose?
The other issue I have is my right Martian toy. When activated, he hardly moves compared to the left side... like he has lost the vigor in life. Any thoughts? I never achieved this mode when playing it at the warehouse, so didn't get to test them. I just assumed everything worked because I was told everything worked.
Trying to touch on other points recommended to talk about per the stickied thread... Yes, I have a DMM. Yes, I can solder. I am located in the Youngstown, OH area. Let me know if you need pictures!