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It sounds like your thin screen monitor's fluorescent (ccfl) back light or associated "inverter" is going to fail very soon.
If either fail, the screen will be black. If you look close - you'll see images on the screen - but because the fluorescent lamp or inverter has failed, there will be no back light source.
You can replace the lamp, inverter or both yourself - or you can send it out for repair. Usually, the yourself route is the only financially feasible option - unless the monitor is a large, expensive type. You should google your monitor's make and model along with "ccfl" "inverter" to learn the options available to you.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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