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Vertical hold would jump until it warmed up and stopped after 10 min, now won't stop or come on at all?

Out tv started to act like the vertical hold was going, however in the beginning it would stop after it had warmed up. after a while it would not stop scrolling up and eventualy it would not display any picture after turning it on. now every now and then it will display and work just fine for 10 min or so, other times it won't. Any Ideas?

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