Having an issue with the A-B-C rollovers at the top of the playfield.
The normal rollover score when triggered is 1000 for each the ABC rollovers.
The A and B rollovers are scoring (A) 3000 and (B) 4000 each time the ball rolls those lanes. The C rollover scores the correct 1000.
When the A-B-C rollovers are triggered (as per game rules), it advances the multiplier to 2X. This works fine. Here is where the problem is ...If either the B or C rollover is triggered very quickly after the multiplier advances (a second or two) it triggers the multiplier to advance again and resets the ABC lights as if the A-B-C were all triggered again, when in reality, just one rollover is triggered but acts as if all 3 were triggered. (hard to explain, but doing my best).
This does not happen if there is more than a few seconds after the multiplier is triggered, in that case, it does not trip an advance of the multiplier and just lights the respective lane as normal.
I also notice that randomly the LED in the C rollover light socket stays very dimly lit. I replaced. Same thing.
Like I said, I am new to pinball, but learning, ...this doesn't seem to be a switch issue, it rather seems like the ABC rollovers have phantom current that doesn't dissipate as it should.
Does any of this make sense to anyone? ...and lurking this Gorgar club forum since beginning of the pandemic is what made me decide to take the leap and start collecting. Thank you guys.