If you're having board problems I feel bad for you son. I got 99 problems, but a switch ain't one. The year is 94 I need voltage to fall and all over my project write up Kirchoff's motherfuckin' law. I got two choices yall raise impedence OR cut the power in half, throw some batteries on the floor. Now I ain't trying to see no arcs or sparks today, plus I got a few resistors I can lower the rate at which these amperes flow to get the coulumbs low, Then I think what am I trying to change this boolean expression fo'? Because it's a one not a zero don't want an LED to glow, plus I don't have spare logic gates to invert the output yo. Am I doing things write or should I change some code? I don't do wiring diagrams so sometimes I don't know. Maybe we engineers need to lower the bar fuck that I got an academic rep I can't affort to mar. But for a second I was stumped that much I can admit until I realized that I just had to tweak my wiring a bit. regulate all this switch bounce and keep my volts controlled not whack but all engineers know you need capacitors for that. So throw one in parallel to something just a little capacitance like .02 farads or something That clears things up lowers voltage a bit enough that an LED in series won't always be lit. Realize how I could've just stopped current and it makes me feel kind of dumb...I got 99 problems but a switch ain't one.