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A minimum of $350.00 plus labor, depending on where you live. You can try and buy a used "for parts" notebook just like yours on eBay and pay someone to replace the monitor. That will be much cheaper if you don't have an accident insurance on your notebook.
There might be problem with signal cable of the LCD,Had you tried with external display .If same problem with external disaply then might your graphics card problem ,if not then certain problem in signal cable or the screen itself
I have had the same problem,
I found it was my power supply transformer (part of power lead).
Some transformers may be faulty, or replacement transformer may not provide a voltage stable enough for the LCD.
Also check the wiring in your plug.
Safest option is, buy a genuine Acer supply transformer with plug lead from Acer.