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Dull screen on monitor model no.337n rev 8

My monitor is very dull.ive adjusted the brightness etc,but nothing seems to work.tried everything but its not getting any brighter. the colour red is showing as black. would really appeciate any help or to no if its worth buying a new one. thanks

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