O.k then in any case this does sound like a thermal problem , that is a component failure when it reaches a certain temperature.
Right now it would be difficult to say in which section of the tv this component might be located but usually this occurs in circuits that work the hardest and generate heat.
That would be the power board , the convergence board and the horizontal deflection circuit.
In any case this will require some serious troubleshooting and for that type of failure , it is difficult to troubleshoot at home as these circuits have to be monitored over a length of time until the cause can be narrowed down to a circuit then a component.
I`m afraid that to have a repair shop come at home to repair this, you are definitely looking at no less than 300 to $400.
If you go for the repair shop option then click on the link below and enter your zip code ;
This will give you a list of repair shops in your area.
You could give a call to different shops in your area to get an idea of their rates , this is a bit like buying insurances , it pays to shop around.
Wish i had better news and an easier solution for you today but i hope this help and I will be in standby if you have any questions.
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