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Well... sure it fixable, but it is going to cost you a bundles... Since you own this monitor for about 10 yrs. It's time for you to give yourself a new LCD monitor for the Holidays... :) Have nice day!
I am assuming you are using a VGA connector at the back.
There may be an issue with the physical connectors - make sure they are secure & screwed in ( The blue conne connector) has two screws on either side. Sometimes when the monitor is not connected properly to this cable it can cause problems. Also male sure this is the case at the graphics card end...
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Also run Dxdiag.exe from the run command - This will let you know if there are any issues with the GPU.
If still under warranty or if you have no electronic repair experience you should take the set back to the shop or to a repair person. Some of the solutions described below can be dangerous, TV's are very hazardous to service. Even when plugged out, TV's can store very high voltages.
May need to check the caps in the G-2 supply circuit. Also you may have a CRT going flakey. Just a slight G2 level adjustment may suffice also.