Hey Alex, those measurements on IC4 look correct.
I suspect the wiring for Solenoid 13 back to the sound board is not working or you have a problem with your sound board (unlikely since it worked in Flash). Here is why.
There are pull-up resistors on the sound board that pull the voltage up to 5V when the solenoid transistors are off. This makes the reading on the tab of the transistors close to 5V when the transistors are off. You are getting 5V on all but Q39 when all transistors are supposed to be off. The readings you listed from IC4 tell us that the upstream components are not turning Q39 on. So the next logical thing to check is that the wiring for Q39, Solenoid 13, is good back to the pull-up resistor on the sound board.
The signal from Q39 leaves the driver board at pin 3 of J9 (counting up from the bottom) and enter the sound board at J3 pin 7.
As a first check, make sure you have re-flowed the solder on all pins of driver board J9 and sound board J3. Remeasure the voltage on the tab of Q39
Remove the connector on sound board J3, measure the voltage at pin 7 (count from right to left, pin 1 is the key and there will not be a pin). If this is 5V continue. If this is not 5V, you have a bad resistor on your sound board.
Carefully inspect the wiring between the 2 boards, especially the connectors on both ends and especially the pins of interest listed above.