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X193 MONITOR BLANK SCREEN SELF-REPARABLE FAULT
I am reasonably certain I do not need any further information. You could (if you have not already done so) test for a fault in the Monitor's Power Cable / AC/DC Adapter. Failing that, it sounds as if the LCD Matrix has either become corrupt, a capacitor has blown, there is a poor or loose internal cable connection or a fault has developed on the controller board of the Monitor.
NB - BE AWARE OF POTENTIAL LIFE-THREATENING DANGER
(If you were not aware) the internal area of any LCD Monitor or TV is a colossally unsafe working environment for an attempted repair by an inexperienced person because several capacitors are dotted around there that can storepotentially lethal charges as high as in the tens of thousands of Volts range, even when the Monitor is disconnected from mains electricity. Most internal component failure faults in LCD Monitors are uneconomical for professional repair due to the high relatively cost of replacement parts.
If you are experienced and/or adventurous and take good precautions (latex gloves, thick rubber-soled shoes, and extreme caution around capacitors), self repair remains an option. See here for several step-by-step guides for this model, some of which are more relevant to your circumstances than others:
See here for a West Coast, Stateside source of low cost replacement controller boards and replacement AC/DC Adaptors for this model of Monitor:
If repair proves impossible, as a final option, similar 2nd User Monitors are available on websites such as eBay and Craigslist for very modest prices. Sorry I could not offer a quick fix solution.
I hope this helps.
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