Question about Televison & Video
Initially, I would suspect that a capacitor at the vertical section is about to fail. This i8s a relatively easy fix and would only require basic knowledge of electronic circuitry and components and a little soldering. The capacitor would be the biggest of the bunch in the vertical section. The vertical section can be identified by the presence of the vertical deflection output IC which is normally attached to a heatsink. Should you be uncomfortable performing a DIY and just winging it as opposed to getting a Service Manual (or at least a schematic diagram), perhaps your best would be to seek the services of a qualified professional.
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