Update: I finally got the board back. It was not the board. It needed some connectors repaired and general bulletproofing, so I guess it was not all that bad other than the waiting.
I thought I must depressingly have a short somewhere so I started to try and figure out a pattern of the double/triple lighting. The single lamp test kept pointing to one socket that seemed to be lighting the majority of the time when it should have been off. I thought it might be the socket diode at first, so I replaced it. It buzzed on the diode test, but I think it was because I did not disconnect one leg. It seems like sometimes you need to do that and other times you don't need to do that.
Then I tried just removing the LED. The problem went away. I thought that was strange. I played with the socket some, checked the wiring, and put the LED back. It was the same issue. Next I tried a regular incandescent bulb. The problem went away again. I thought is this some weird ghosting LED issue??? I then tried a new LED. The problem went away and has not come back.
So, the actual problem was a bad LED. I guess the light emitting diode shorted on??? I guess that makes sense since it is a diode, but I really thought it was the board and then a playfield short.
I hope this help someone else and thanks for all the previous help.