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IMO Seriously for $119 it's not worth it.
However, it does sound like a capacitor problem
If you are "Serious" about fixing I'd find a TV repair Forum.
Else I'd go here and get a new one.
The vertical sweep output is absent. Check its vertical output section circuit for the fault. Check all the solder terminals of that section, and resolder them by applying a little more solder. Take special care to the solder terminals of the vertical output IC. If these do not help you, check and replace the vertical output IC.
If there is a white line across the screen, the vertical output section of your TV is faulty. If the line is vertical at the middle of the screen, horizontal deflection yoke doesn't get sweep signal. You haven't mentioned about the full mode number of your RCA TV. Therefore I can only give you this much hint. OK.
If your TV is still under guarantee then change it asap, if not you have a problem, the panel has failed, in very rare cases the lines will disappear when the set is at its maximum operating temperature, that said it will never be 100% again, sorry
im pretty sure you cant fix that you probably need to buy a new one.. i know that because my somputer has a white line that runs right down that middle, not all the time but sometimes. my father looked into fixing it and he found out that you have to buy a brand new screen or tower or something like that.