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Your power supply is likely kaput. If it is internal to the monitor- replacing the electrolytic caps on the power supply section may remedy it. If it is external- swap with another supply of similar or greater ratings and make sure the coaxial connector is both right size and polarity.
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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