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The Samsung has an intermittent problem, the back of the set needs to be removed and main board flipped over, if you are handy with solder iron look for bad solder joints on the main board and start re-soldering the flybach pins, and the vertical section right near the flybach and any other connections that need attention.
The Monitor is bad, with the CRT Monitors you cannot just replace the connections, because it is embedded into the CRT. So it is probably something that lies with in the monitor itself. Try to connect another monitor to the device. See what the result is, my best guest is the CRT Monitor when bad. Time to replace! Sorry!
The blinking LED usually denotes that no signal is reaching the monitor.
Do you have another monitor you can attach to the computer to test it? It sounds like it may be a computer problem, not a monitor problem.