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You did not give a model number. I have repaired one of these sometime back. Look into the power supply. Find a single capacitor (fairly large) with a value of about 47mf at 160 / 200 volt (may be a yellow cap). It may have a small bulge. Replace this if you can. Remember I have no model number to exactly pin point. But, this is a very good tip. Thanks for asking, Matt of Martins TV Repair.
Take a flash light, and hit hard at TV several times. Not beyond the speed of 4Nos per second. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/