One of the first things I do before installing components (sticks and buttons) is to run a diagnostics test on them.
Having a multi meter helps a lot as you can run a continuity test on the switches.
So, set the multimeter to test for continuity (diode label) and then have one terminal to NO and the other to either COM and then press the stick. If the meter beeps then a signal is passing through and for that particular switch, it is working.
I’ve a question of my own (sorry to hijack the thread…): since we’ve seen that the JLW fits in the TE, would it also fit in the SE as well? I’ve a TvC stick and I’m not particularly fond of the overly soft spring of the “JLF” (I use quotes because I’m using stock MC stick). I prefer the feel of the JLW. Also, I know doing the LS-33 spring would make it (JLF) stiffer. In comparison to the JLW, would it be more stiffer or still less?