Follow the AC cord into the board, then look for a black 1" to 1 1/2" black rectangular device wirh four metalic legs. It should be near that. But usually the reason it does this is to protect itself from a short somewhere. Do not bypass the relay are smoke could ensue.
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Instead of typing model number of your TV (that located on right hand side and on the back of TV) you published here part number of your TV's remote control. LOL. Anyway... If it is LCD/plasma panel that you talking about - than power supply have bad electrolytic capacitors that have to be replaced. You can recognize 'em by bulged/swollen tops (instead of flat tops of good capacitors). This repair required soldering skills.
The convergence is out . There are big ICs in the tv that go bad or get bad solder connections, that control each CRT to focus the picture one on top of the other. DO NOT move or try to adjust lens. The fluid is a coolant like in your car to keep the tubes cool.
The most common problem for those symptoms are convergence amps. That unit takes two stk392-040 Sanyo Ics and will most likely require that several low ohm resistors (3.9 ohm-2w) be tested and possibly replaced.. There is one last thing also, a pico fuse at Fd102 (3.5a) that sometimes opens and would need to be replaced..
The convergence board in these is easily removed, so an in-house service call could be done...
Hope this helps!
When you say skilled I'd STRONGLY suggest be a CET or better to tackle this job or I'd give you a one-in-a-thousand chance of doing it successfully... That said, it's pretty straight forward - the unit has to be torn down to light box level and the crt removed... After disassembly of the coolant chamber from the crt it is recommended by Samsung to install the coolant overflow kit, Samsung bullentin tip # 20040827001. P/N: Aa91-00607a / Bp96-00645a
If on the other hand you want some help finding a good qualified shop try here: http://www.nesda.com/locator/state_search.php