Was playing a game. In multiball, had the Elwin with 2 balls on the left flipper and 1 on the right. Was about to start working on scoring and both flippers died. It was ball 3, so game ended. Started another one real quick and flippers still dead. Pulled the back glass after checking for the lower flipper coils being really hot (there were not). Smelled burning in the back box. There is a brown spot between the mpu/driver board and the sound board, but that may be just from the resistors on the lamp panel that sit pretty much right there. Checked all fuses and all were good, except the flipper power board fuse. Dead. I had removed the main board from the game to look behind for any burns before I realized that brown spot was likely from those resistors. All looks fine on the board. I rebuilt the power supply fully last year, so I'm guessing something died on the flipper power board, like the bridge. I read that CPU lockups can cause that fuse to blow, but no other coils were having issues or acting wonky. Just a double cradle for a few seconds when they died. Gonna test that bridge, but figured I'd put up a post to see if anyone had other ideas. Gonna post a couple pics as well, for reference.