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This is a good picture and the tapping confirms some thing I have seen, this model is involved in a recall of sorts--the most common issue with it is around the T-Con board.
It can be bad connections on it or where it connects to the screen unit, it can also be inside the display panel (screen unit) where it cannot be got at
If it reacts to tapping any good shop will find if bad or loose connection outside of the display panel--if inside there is not a way to get in there, entire panel would in that case have to be replaced which usually means its cheaper to buy a new set.
have a expert or a shop look to see if outside the display panel or not.
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This mis probably a cold solder connection in the horizontal circuitry called the pincussion. Theres a couple of coils and resistors that overheat from time to time and the solder connections get loose. Not really for a handiman has this tv has hi vboltage inside even when turned off. Shouldnt cost an arm ans a leg to fix if the repair shop knows what they Are doing. Good Luck