Hi folks. Probably going to be posting in this section quite often since we are in the process of finding all those year-one issues on an old airplane, so let me say in advance thanks for the help and for bearing with me. We have a new-to-us 1969 Piper Arrow PA-28R-200. While flying in the pattern the past two times, we noticed that the gear in transit light doesn't always extinguish. I'd say about 50% of the time it won't go out. Gear down indicators do go out when the gear lever is moved to up position. Gear down indicators come back on when gear lever is moved to down position (thank God). When the gear up lever is moved to up position, you can hear the gear going up... you can sort of feel it going up, too... that feeling that the aircraft has when gear is stowed. Now I can't say for sure that it is full up since I can't see it. But it feels like it is up. Like I said, 50% of the time, the light goes out and no problem. We didn't have this problem during the test flights and during the flight from FL to the DC area. Aircraft has a current annual and the prebuy was just done where they did swing the gear and check it. Also I swear I saw my airplane partner tap on the light itself on the panel and got it to come on, so maybe it is the light itself? (I could be imagining this). Some light googling turns up some possibilities - up-limit switches, power pack problems, actuators that need to be replaced. We have the aircraft in for some unrelated service, so I'm going to ask the shop to take a quick look to see if it is something simple. Anybody have any thoughts on what the issue could be? Better yet, anybody ever encounter this issue? If so, what was the problem/resolution? Thanks!