Agree, you probably have an issue with a bad coil/transistor/diode.
With the game off AND the solenoid cables disconnected in the back-box head, you will want to check every single coil on the playfield and every transistor (on the driver board) in the game with a voltmeter's continuity check...
You should get into the habit of doing this on any and every SS pinball even before turning it on for the first time.
Do the flippers work when you start a game? They should because they are on a different circuit/relay than all the other coils in the game.
Once you have the fuse portion of the circuit solid, next step would be to check for voltage at all the coils on the PF.
One thing that a lot of newbies don't realize is that on 90% of all SS pins, there is ALWAYS voltage going to EVERY single coil in the game, once a game is started.