Man am I relieved and happy right now. After following the great feedback here from all who responded and reading more about the switch operation from posts here all the flippers are really popping now and I do not hear that hum like before that fried the coil. One post discussed the fact you do not have to have the EOS switch very wide open but just enough so it does not machine gun. I then lightly sanded the switch and made sure it made solid contact and adjusted it so that it just opened a wee bit. Even the before very weak mini ones are great! I have learned so much in a couple weeks from this forum and can't thank everyone enough for their help. The game was also stopping mid game at times too and that so far seem to be ok.
The only thing left to make her 100% is the sound board is the original and produces nothing but a very high pitched sound like a house alarm. I have a separate post with a video of the sound. Nobody responded to that post and I understand that is a tough issue to correct but was hoping someone could provide some advice. Even though Genie did not have the best sounds I still want them like we all would. I hope this thread helps others who have these types of issues. Thanks again!