I recently picked up a Flash Gordon that needs a decent amount of work. I noticed that the leaf switch that activates the upper right mini-flipper (the switch that's on the stack on the lower flipper) had literally fallen apart, so I replaced it with a new switch last night. It worked fine, but after replacing it, I noticed that my EOS switches on both lower flippers were arcing pretty badly. The switches looked terrible, and since I had two extra EOS switches in a rebuild kit I ordered, I went ahead and replaced them. After replacing them, I found that the brand-new switches were still arcing pretty badly, maybe even worse than before. I adjusted them, thinking that maybe the problem was that the EOS switches were opening too early. After adjusting them, I turned on the machine again and tried to play a game. The switches were still arcing, and after about ten flips, both right flippers stopped working entirely. Even more ominously, at the exact same time, the machine started making a buzzing (or maybe a very rapid ticking) noise when I hit the right flipper button. I wasn't able to pinpoint where the noise was coming from because I was afraid to hit the right flipper button any more than necessary out of fear of damaging anything further. It's also worth mentioning that every time I hit a flipper button on the machine (even before I replaced the switches) the incandescents dim momentarily, although this was made worse by replacing the switches. After the two right flippers stopped working and the buzzing/ticking noise began, I turned off the machine and checked all my fuses (including the one under the playfield). All of them are fine. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance!