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Keeps losing picture,Still have sound

My 2003 hitachi rear projection Tv's screen keeps going out,there is no warning it just goes to a full screen one color,flipping to different colors or just a full screen of vert,lines.Sometimes it will come back on others it will be out for days,Had a repair man in but he didn't know what it was for sure,What could it be?Thanks for any help

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Call him back and tell him that your tv has bad connections. He will check for bad connection on main board in horizontal..........

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