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You will have to have the PDP module (entire screen assembly) replaced. Depending on the model , they cost anywhere from $1100.00 to over $1500.00 plus a couple of hours labor. Most people spend that money on a new television. You can call 1-800-samsung to find the nearest service center.
Sounds like the middle scalar board is defective. Since the issue comes and goes it could just be a loose connection to the between the scalar board and the PDP Module (plasma panel).
Great caution needs to be taken when checking this connection because it is a ribbon cable connection it and needs to be put in correctly aligned or it could cause a short in one of the circuit boards.
The address module that is at the bottom of the PDP in that location is the suspect and the cheapest repair. There is usually 3 to 4 modules at the bottom of the PDP and each one addresses information vertically. If it were just one pixe wide then the PDP would be bad.