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MY 151fpb 2003 dell flat screem led has a black screen and the power light is blinking. It will not shut off. Thank's Aaron

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    this was very helpful.Idid'nt know that it was that old. thanks very much.

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Sound like an electronics failure in the LCD monitor. Since that is a 5 year old 15" LCD it is cheaper to replace it than to repair it. You can take it to a TV repair shop for an estimate if ya want, they'll tell ya the same thing though.

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