I took your advice and took the back off, 12 screws, it is hinged at the top. I jiggled the biggest board and the lights came on. Thank you for that.
I had trouble getting the negative carrier and the base to level. Then I remembered where I read that someone took the base off and ran the motor all the way to the bottom and let it come out of the track. Then when they put it back on the track they let one side jump a tooth. I tried and it worked. So I am level left to right at all 3 places, negative carrier, lens (all 3), and the base board. I used the single screw where the enlarger rests back against the lower horizontal support, and now the negative carrier is level front to back. The base is level front to back also. The lens is slightly off front to back. I saw a potential place where I could adjust it by shimming but that would move it in the wrong direction. I do not see a method to adjust the lens front/back without moving the negative carrier. It is about 1/2 a bubble off on a standard torpedo level. Is this close enough? I could split the difference between the negative carrier and the lens???
Another question, the color head is plugged into the 'RESISTROL", which i assume is a voltage regulator. I have it at maximum, until I hear from the forum that it is safe to regulate the amount of light from the color head in this manner. I assume it will work just like the regular enlarger head, but I want to ask before I do it.
I think my color head is missing something. I can slip it into the hole on top of the bellows but there is nothing for the 2 slides to lock onto. It works but is not secure.
One last question, what is the other wire on the color head for? I have mine working and it is not plugged into anything. Yes, the 3 colors change, the display works, what else do I need it to do?