Quoted from darcangeloel:
This is interesting. Tell me about the gapping on that start button. If memory serves it's still a leaf switch. Is it gapped super close such that vibrations or slight pressure could set off the switch and cause the reset to occur? Just trying to eliminate the more simple stuff before we dive deeper
It is a leaf switch, gapped about 1/8 gap, i thought vibration too but doesnt look like it as the leads are stiff and shaking cabinet by hand they dont move. Should it even restart a new game even by pushing the start button when playing? that part seems wrong. Maybe loose connection on board side that vibrates and activates the restart game? but seems odd a pinball would allow you to do that.
It doesnot shutoff and come back on the like a full power off and on, it simply starts a new game doesnt miss a beat. Flippers go dead ball rolls in trough dmd goes to ball one with reset score and ball kicks in shooter lane and your rolling again. So to mimic it on ball one i push start it just makes a ding noise but continues to play fine, once i get to ball 2 or 3 and hit the start button it will mimic the restart game. This something in the settings maybe? ill check manul but something seems strage.
There is a restart game setting in the settings menu i found in the book that allows the game to be restarted by hitting the start button. Maybe i can disable it and see what happens.