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I suspect that you may have cracked solder connections on the deflection PC board. This is the module that has a red wire coming from the top of a transformer and leads to the front of the tv. I would start with a cleaning of the components, a soft paintbrush and vacuum work well for this. Remove the power deflection module carefully, turn it over and look for cracked solder connections on this PC board. especially near the high voltage transformer. Use a soldering pencil type iron and small diameter solder to correct the issue.
Thats the classisc sign that the CP150, CP114 and CP120 capacitors need replacement. You can get the repair kit called CP150, CP120 and CP114 at www.tvrepairworld.com which contains the capacitors and the CD with step by step instructions on how to do the repair.
first check all fuses they are small, square ,RED and can be confused with the square small caps. the sizzling is prob. the flyback transformer (what the h.v. wires from each tube plugs into) if you are only getting green then tv shuts down or is dead now. i would replace any bad fuses and replace the flyback transformer. also make sure you do a very good visual inspection of all the boards.
On the Deflection board CK capacitors cp150,cp114 cp120,If cp 150 is puffed up on top it is bad so replace all 3 capacitors 2200uf 16 use 25v and Two left are 220uf 35v Resolder pinns on flyback Transfomer and when re hooking board back up make sure you have second ribbon connector in good. Board next to Deflection is the SSB it has turners on it where you hook cable.