Question about Televison & Video
Initially I would suspect a problem in the Vertical section of the TV. This could either be the capacitor or the IC itself. In some instances, there are no component failures but rather cold solder joints.
Based on your post/description of :...Once in awhile picture returns to normal...", I am more inclined to think that it is a case of cold solder. which can easily be corrected by reapplying heat on the IC pins or the other associated/nearby components with the use of a soldering iron. Care must be exercised since TV units still pack high voltages even when off and unplug.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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