I’m using one side of DPDT switch to toggle Negative Feedback on and off. I’m getting the typical pop sound that’s been reported by many across various message boards. Silly question, but what does it mean to wire a resistor “across” a switch? I haven’t been able to find an actual explanation or visual representation for the life of me. I’ve currently got the outbound signal soldered to lug A, the inbound on B, and nothing on C. Tried connecting the resistor to life A & B as well as A & C and still get the pop. The switch is part of a push/pull pot where the pot is my presence control.