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A blue screen suggests no input signal, or a signal that the electronics in the screen can't handle. I don't think you need the remote, but, it may help.
I suggest you try the dvd on a working monitor and check that it's a compatible output.
The LM-S6001 is a multi-system monitor both NTSC(US) and PAL(Europe/Aisa).
The monitor has a composite video (usually yellow) and RCA(phono) input and DIN, the manufacturer is unclear if both plugs are present. You can assume it's auto-switching, but that may not be the case.
More information is needed to fully understand your problem.
1. make/model of DVD.
2. description of external plugs on monitor.