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I would check for Bad solder joints around the flyback, and the verticle and horizontal yoke plugs for starters. Lower your volume and listen if you hear the high voltage come back up when your video comes back up. Let me know what you discover when you check the solder joints.
I've seen a lot of vertical problems on those older mitsu's. If it has been intermitant some of those would get bad solder connections on the deflection yoke ( the transformer slid up on the neck of the picture tubes) ther are three and it could be any one. the thing about it is you have to slide it down and take it apart to get to the area that would get the bad connections. If you do not know what you are doing the setup afterwards could be a mess. This is the first thing that comes to mind but be warned there are many many possibilities for what you are describing. good luck