First of all, I think it's great that this forum exists and also exotic machines like the Quickmill fully automatic machines are treated here by you. I am currently in the process of (hopefully) restoring a Quickmill Acquaviva 05000A from 1994. Mechanically, after a gasket replacement and various new valves, the machine is almost ready for the next few years.
However, there is one problem that I have not been able to solve so far: When switching on the machine, the motor of the mill is constantly under a slight voltage (measured around 5V), which causes a humming noise. Because of this, the old connection cables were already badly worn and the sheathing was brittle.Even with new wiring, the problem persists.
In the course of troubleshooting I replaced all optocouplers, triacs and thyristors on the board, unfortunately without the hoped for success. The diodes for the motor control still work. Would you have an idea where I could look further? Unfortunately I didn't find a schematic for this board, but maybe someone knows this version of the control electronics.