Hey all, hope I can get some help on here since I'm still a bit green to wiring. So I wired my BKP Blackhawks into my Ibanez S1520FB using this diagram (https://www.bareknucklepickups.co.u...ez_Style_5_way_Switch_1Vol_1Tone__48abdab.pdf) from the BKP website. When I finished, positions 1 and 5 (full humbucker mode) worked as they should. However, position 2 sounded exactly like position 1, and positions 3 and 4 were only one of the coils from the bridge, which gave me a disgusting shrill tone, like a wah tilted all the way forward. I assumed this is a polarity issue because of the Ibanez switch. Obviously, the diagram says that the magnets for the neck must be reversed. Some people on forums (https://forum.bareknucklepickups.co.uk/index.php?topic=27345.15) said to switch the black and red wires of the neck, then flip the neck pickup around. I switched the wires but haven't yet flipped the magnet or pickup. Positions 1, 3, 4, and 5 work completely fine. However, position 2 is dead. My questions are: How can I fix this? Does the Blackhawk need to be reversed due to its different construction/magnet configuration than the rest of the BKP lineup? Would I need to swap the magnets around or would rotating the pickup suffice in changing the polarity? Obviously, my understanding of wiring and electromagnetism is surface-level at best, so I appreciate your patience with what's probably a really dumb question. Thanks in advance and have a great weekend everybody!