Just finished reassembling a project Silverball Mania and amazingly it booted right up on the first try. Apart from some switch issues, the game started, flippers work, and scored as expected, but the only coil that would fire was the right pop. Didn't work in game or in test. After testing a few things, I grounded each coil's transistor and they all fired fine. I put the ball back and hit start for the hell of it, and all of a sudden every coil worked! I probably played 30 games trying to adjust everything, then just like that they all went dead again.
Flippers still work fine, but the only coils I hear in test are the coin lockout and a relay in the backbox.
I have 45v at every coil, and every coil will fire when directly grounded to braid. Every coil will fire when its transistor is grounded. Every transistor tests at .42 or .47
F4 tests good out of its clip. The two fuses under the playfield were 3A so I replaced them with 1A and watched when i powered up. Didn't blow either.
I've re-seated all the connectors several times while pulling the boards to look for obvious broken traces or cold joints, and it all looks pretty clean. The fact they all came and went at the same time has me thinking logic issue somewhere, but not sure where to look at this point?