Recently my transistor burnt up on the board from holding the left flipper in to cradle a ball. Replaced transistor. This has really changed how I play because Im afraid of it happening again so I no longer cradle. Talking to a friend about it he mentioned that the end of stroke switch should've kept that from happening and maybe it was a fluke occurrence. I checked my switch and Im under the impression the contacts are supposed to be apart and when the flipper is up it pushes them together and activates the switch. However the EOS switch contacts on my machine are touching and then are separated when the flipper is up. I think this is wrong, when I do a switch test in the diagnostics, the DMD says NONE, then when I move the flipper up it says NONE then when I let the flipper go back down its says the EOS switch is open and stays displayed until I touch another switch. No other switches on the game tests that way. Are these things on backwards or something??? The pic shows what the switch looks like when the flipper is down. Should the switch be flipped over and bent slightly apart so contact is made when the flipper is up?