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1. your monitor has a power supply problem and will have to be serviced by a monitor tech. the input regulator for the DC (Direct current is faulty and needs replacement as well as one or several capacitors related to the input circuit.
The monitor has blown a capacitor, and if your good with a soldering gun and can locate the cap which will have the top rounded instead of flat, remove it and take it to the electronic store and they will give you a replacement. If the capacitor is bad it won't hold the charge and that's why you only see a second or two on the screen. Make sure you are capable of this kind of work, before you decide to do it.