Quoted from Beechwood:
All correct except the "bent" part.
An LED was not seated well (by previous owner) in between the stand up "C A T" targets.
After I raised the PF a few times, the base of the bulb was just barely touching the leaf switch.
Could hardly even see it.
Congrats! I hope you are local because the prize is pick up only, unless you live somewhere warm and I can get there for under the amount in my vacation fund ($14.27)
Thanks everyone for playing!! Peace out
LOL. Of course I had a similar problem...with a Freedom EM. Turn on the pin, *something* would happen at some point (I think when I hit the start button). Poof would go the 8A fuse. I'm an EE, but now I was faced with what seemed to be countless relays...I figured one of them HAD to be turning on when it shouldn't. Out came the old schematic and a road trip to find 8A fuses. Countless hours with numerous 'aha!' moments, all that ended in dead ends. Grrrr...
Not sure how I stumbled upon it, but it was plain as day when I saw it. The shorter side of the leaf switch must have gotten nailed pretty good. Bent 90 degrees, right up against the base of a bulb. I have a 3d printer so I printed a collar. Problem solved.
No need to send a short distance to Indiana...fun was guessing (almost) right!