I am new to pinball repair. Please go easy on me if I am missing something obvious. My newly restored (not by me) 1982 Bally Speakeasy came to me with some LED bulb color choices I didn’t like. So I ordered some new bulbs that I do like. All of the under playfield lighting is the wedge style 555 led replacement bulbs. I changed out 10 bulbs. I had no problem with 9 of them. However, one was difficult to put the new bulb in the socket. The previous bulb worked as it should. My new bulb will not light when I finally got it in the socket. I think I damaged the socket. I am attaching photos to show what the socket now looks like. Any help in solving this would really be appreciated.
What I have eliminated as the problem:
Bulb is good in other sockets
It isn’t the solder point of the main wire, I disconnected it, stripped the wire and wrapped it around the connector. I will resolver later.
The diode wire is working on the other lights connecting directly after the failing light.