These coils can have voltage but be starved for power.
Easy things to look for are where the 70V or power in general comes into the power driver board on J101-102, (70V is on J102 pins 5-6, and 8-9) I check both of these plugs for browning, and the pins for tarnish, heat discoloration, and wear. Replace both Pins and Plugs here if you see anything suspicious, like cracked solder under the board.
The power is supplied to the coils at J107, so check pins/plugs there also.
Bridge 3 (BR3) is the one you are looking at, but it would be an unusual failure that starved power but produced voltage here... nevertheless, check here for prior work (another technician might not have done good work here...), or cracked traces or bad solder connections.
C8, the smaller capacitor in this area can start bulging/leaking, check that.
I would test by substitution Fuse F112, and fuse F105. It's not at all common, but a fuse can act as a resistor and not test bad with a meter.
There isn't THAT much else that causes this, though low line voltage to the machine can. (I once had a bar with a pinball with this problem, turned out they had the outlet on a dimmer switch! Everything was fine when they turned up the dial and the service person was there, when they turned down the dial, the machine didn't work right... (rolls eyes)).
Let us know what you find!