So I had a couple of lights on my “new“ quick draw playfield that were flickering, so I went through and did the “Clay’s” method of putting a drop of solder between the socket and base of the light, and then also one on the “tip” of the socket to attach the wire. This worked well.
There was one remaining light, pictured below, and because it has four wires going to it I decided to first only put a drop of solder on the socket — Just to see if that would solve the problem without me having to unsolder and resolder the four wires.
So I fire the game up and THAT light works great and NONE of the other lights on the playfield work at all?! So obviously I’ve created some sort of short circuit just through that bulb. How do I resolve? Obviously, I can just take that blob of solder back off, but the socket will go back to flickering. Which wires do I need to move?
Edited to add a lighter photo for easier viewing: