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Unplug it and take the back off. Look too see if the fuse right next to the power cord is black. Replace it. If it pops again, you have damaged the board and need a repair guy. Look for any burnt parts before replacing the fuse.
If it's a horizontal line across the face of the picture tube, your TV has a problem with its vertical output. Most likely, it's bad solder connections to the vertical output IC. Because this part gets very hot during normal operation, the connections to the circuit board can crack and the part quits working. All you see then is that narrow line across the tube. A few minutes with a soldering iron to repair the connections is usually all that's needed to fix the TV. It's also possible the part has truly failed, but the bad connections a much more common. A service shop could do the repair if you don't know anyone with the soldering skills.
Your problem is in the vertical deflection circuit. If you know how to solder it may just be a cold solder connection, but if you try to solder it and it still does not work, you may have a bad Vertical output IC. This set has really no user replaceable parts unless you have some no how on serviceing solid state printed circuit boards. If you dont , my advise would to seek out a repair depot and have them fix this set for you. It should not run more then 150 bucks or so. Good Luck
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I have already responded to your first question in relation to the Ohms and wattage,It worries me that maybe you can not see an answer to that question.The wattage rating should be the same or highier.