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Sounds like a failed vertical amplifier circuit. This is normally primarily contained in an integrated circuit mounted on a heatsink.
There are other possibilities along the line but the one above is the most likely.
Now all you need is a TV repair shop that is still in buisness.
I have a Quasar Model AM 51760221 WP 3915YW 13 inch TV made in 1985. I am using cable and none of the codes work published by Comcast work to make the TV work with my black box. They are unable to help at Comcast. I did get an updated remote from them, but still unable to turn off the TV to use the remote/black box.