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I've bought this particular monitor (along with my "Windows XP" computer) since the Summer of 2005 & it's been used for approximately 3 months. All of a sudden, not only the the screen went bad & went to its "blank" position, but the LED that was under the screen of the monitor stops indicating a flash as well. Finally, everytime I tried applying power to the monitor & turning it on, it constantly makes a clicking sound. These are my symptoms for my "Compaq FS7600 17~Inch Flat~Glass Monitor". Thanks for the help.

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Some electronic components on the circuit was shorted.
clicking indicates this type of problems.

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