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Possible failure of the VERTICAL SECTION of the deflection circuit. It is possible that the areas related to the vertical circuit is checked , check for weak capacitors near the output vertical drive. Also a faulty vertical coil- deflection coil- can result in half picture. A vertical signal test can confirm.
Does it like tune and detune and then retunes back to a pic all by itself??? sounds like the typical problems rca/ge sets mostly have in common with bad tuner grounds.. you must open the set remove the bottom tuner sheild and resolder all the grounds along with the little post that hold on the sheild to the tuner. Now this is not a job for the hobbiest!!! You can cause a small solder splash and ruin the set for life cause you may think that you got out that little solder splash BUt unaware to you you also have taken out some very tiny parts that look like a pieces of dirt that are surface mount resistors and capacitors.