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Quite possibly bad capacitors.
check my tutorial, they can cause lots of problems, typically backlight drop out on monitors
ive seen bad caps in many hp lcd monitors
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5000889-repairing_tv_just_clicks_over_over

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