Edit found my issue: there was a break in the EOS switch by the upper flipper.
Need to solder it back up and we are back in business.
Here is how I found my issue:
Take a look at the switch reference manual and identify the switches, if they all belong to the same connector then you are on track to fix it how I did.
The switches have 2 wires, one is power I guess and the other is ground. Power goes straight from the connector to the switch, ground does not, and it jumps from one switch to the next from the node board-->connector-->switches in that connector.
They all share the same ground cable.
In my case, CN12 was black-red ground, so I checked all the switches on that connector (only 8 or 9 switches to check) until I found a broken/disconnected ground wire. It was the EOS at the upper flipper.
Hope that helps!