Hello, I have a bit of a problem with my project and it is as follows: I am trying to discharge a capacitor bank (2x 470uf 400V capacitors in parallel). I tried making a MOSFET switch to use that as a switch, but it kept burning out the mosfets (they were rated for 600V and around 100A), then I went and grabbed a laundry style clip (the plastic thing you use to hang clothes) and made a switch from that, HOWEVER, here is the problem. When I close the switch, there is always an explosion on the contacts of the switch (they become black aswell). I guess it's because the current is so high it just explodes on contact or something, i don't know. After these explosions, the capacitors are completely empty (they go from 400V to 0V), so the problem I have is that all the energy stored in the capacitors is discharged on that switch explosion, and I am wondering what kind of switching device or circuit or whatever I can make for there to be NO loss in energy on the actual switch, so I can actually use the energy stored in the capacitors for my project. Thanks!