Just buy a new display, desolder the existing one, and solder in the new one. Cost: About $60 shipped for a new one on average ($53+ship at PBL: http://www.pinballlife.com/index.php?p=product&id=538 ). Yes, doing these suck even if you have a good vacuum desoldering station like I do, but the pain is more in the installation of the new one -- getting everything to line up just right before soldering the first lead and hoping the others don't pop out. I've done it 4 times so far on 16 character long alpha displays. These smaller 7 digit ones will be a bit easier. In fact I have to do this same repair myself in the next couple nights on the P4 display. I already have the new glass but have to desolder the dead one first.
Alternately if you dont want to buy a new glass, you could look at finding a used display panel of all 4 (would run typically $125-$150 if all 4 are tested working). But at that point you could look at the ~$200 LED replacement boards instead and sell off this one to someone else at 75% working but used/burned. Note: you have the earlier build of the F14 board with the excess (unused) twist lock light openings on the bottom. This requires a special board due to the different size/configuration of it but PINSCORE makes one.
Yes, just replace 2 zener diodes from 100V versions to 91V versions on the power board. I did that on my High Speed and Jokerz already and will do on my F-14 shortly. It does slightly dim the display but gives them a longer life before they burn out. It does not prevent gas eventually leaking out, but does prevent fast burning of the display segments.
PS: If you do drop the voltage on the power supply, it MAY make one of the other displays too dim to view, and that one too would need replacing. So then it would almost be better to just upgrade to LED and offset the cost by selling the used one. I had this happen on the ball/match display on my high speed -- it flickers a bit on a few segments since it was the most burned, but it's still usable at 91V. The other 4 look fine just a hair dimmer.