The jackpot display is completely out in Police Force.
It's a slave display that connects to the master display board with a ribbon cable. figured out the+90, -100 voltage is good going into the master but bad coming out on the ribbon cable. It's only at about+40, -40 volts for some reason.
Had a friend measure the voltage on a Taxi jackpot display, and it was closer to the +90, -100 going out to the ribbon cable.
Looking at the schematic for the master display board, connector J4 is used for the slave ribbon cable. All I can see is R9 and R69 are in series with the +90, -100V supply lines. Both of those resistors are 1 Mega ohm 1/4 watt resistors and they test good. They don't look burnt. With the red probe on J4 pin 12, black probe connected to backbox ground strap, voltage was about +40. Similarly voltage on J4 pin 2 was around -40volts. However when I put the red probe on the opposite side of R9, voltage was around +80 volts. I couldn't get a probe onto the opposite side of R69, because it's behind the display glass on the master.
Was able to swap in the slave display from a Riverboat Gambler and it surprisingly worked. Should I replace with another display or try to track down the cause of low voltage? What could be doing that besides R9 and R69?