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Odds are real good that the cooling fluid in the blue picture tube assembly has become contaminated. Only solution is to pull blue crt and dump out old fluid and clean and reinstall new fluid. Once done a fair amount of re-alignment is required. This is not a job for a do-it-yourselfer. Most tv shops would charge in the area of $250 to $300 for this repair.
can you post a picture of your screen or send it to my email firstname.lastname@example.org as it sounds like its just the convergence Ics and the 6.8 ohm resistors, but a pic would help me do a accurate diagfnosis.
There could be an obstruction in the way of the three picture tubes on the inside. This tv has a chassis that comes out from the back all in a chip core frame with handles. Takes a quarter inch nut driver to remove and you should look to see if the speaker wires or the keyboard wires are obstructing the picture tubes. Other something I think of is a broken reflector and when you get the chassis out you can look up inside behind the screen to check for this and for any other obstructions.