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Hi, The TV has an analog tuner only and so is not DTV ready. You will require a seperate set top box to receive digital programs with it. If you have brought the set recently it should have had an appropriate warning label on it. If not ,you may have some come back with the store which sold it.(depends on the country where purchased)
Last time one of my durabrands did this I unplugged it for like 10 mins and gave it a nice kick to the side and it worked fine again. I know it sounds crazy but dont kick it too hard like dont crack plastic. I have also done this to oversurged CRT monitors
Sounds like maybe some bad solder connections in the deflection area, If I remember these monsters correctly they are hard to dissassemble with lots of wires, the culprit is probably a solder crack around the horizontal section or the power supply for the horizontal. Might require a technician for service, if you attempt yourself, use lots of masking tape to label your wires.