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You change the video resolution at the video source, in this case, your PS3, not at the monitor. VS 15 has 1024 x 768 60Hz Maximum Resolution, so your PS3 cannot be higher. You need to google 'how to change PS3 video resolution' If the PS3 resolution is set to high, the VS15 will display Out of range/format/video not support. http://www.fixya.com/support/r4873371-fixing_out_range_format_not_supported
Check for the updated drivers as well as your video card, if you have an internal video card and have tested it (your computer) on another monitor it is more than likely the inverter in the monitor the coils (on the mainboard) need to be resoldered more than likely.
Check the backlight as well
It is the inverter board that is causing the screen to be feint. But is was the video resoloution being set too high that made it give the "out of range" message.
It's not easy to get anywhere to repair LCD monitors, and the prices could be well out of scope to bother with the repair.
Having said that, you can now call a few TV repair centres close to you and ask for a quote based on repairing the inverter circuit.
Hope that helps =)