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If your problem just pinstripe on top of screen , but picture ok (normal in picture), try it to enter the factory mode. In standby position press info-menu-mute-power. Enter to deflection adjustment- choose - vamp (VA) or v shift (VS). Change value data by pressing + (or right cursor) and - (or left cursor) to shift or increasse amp. If it work, your tv will normal.
But its nor working, you should call samsung technician.
I AM HAVING THE EXACT SAME PROBLEM WITH MINE ! But before mine turns off, it shows a blurry squiggly red mark on the screen then shuts off and wont turn back on sometimes for several hours.. And everytime I CAN get it back on, I have to unlpug the whole thing and plug it back in...
Take the tv aparts,check the power supply board.That the board,where the power a/c cord plug into it.U know basic electronic's,u have tools like soldering iron,solders.Check the power supply board for those dead parts call capacitors.These dying about to be dead capacitors are alway bulges up on it tops or puffing up on it tops.Rreplaced these dying capacitors,will solved the power shutting down.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebey.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
are you outlets functioning properly? if yes and your sure its the tv, then it sounds like the power supply in the unit has gone bad, or it make be fused, which in that case you would just need to reset it or replace the fuse. I would try trouble shooting on your on first, as a repair can sometimes cost as much as the unit