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Yes, I agree with others that it is the problem with the power capacitors. And I dont think its a good idea fixing it your self, Contact a service tech or if you are confident on doing it your on, send me a reply I will guide you through the step by step process.
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most common problem is bad electrolytic capacitors if unit is a few years old. Take it apart and replace any swollen, ie bulging top of the aluminium can... but may be 'off-value' if not swollen. Any electronics from China will fail within 3 years due to bad electrolytic caps..
that is not a monitor problem that is a cpus problem disconnect the signsl cable and connect power cable you will see the post (power on self test) open the cpu draw the ram clean the dust and reinstall the problem will solved
About your only hope for getting a replacement switch is to buy a "Parts Only" monitor off of EBay and carefully remove the switch. This one is tricky it's attached to the front bezel as you've likely found out. When you disassemble the monitor, lay it face down and remove the bac plastic then remove the 4 screws holding the button board on then take the rest apart. That's the safest way.
Open your monitor back up and look for unplugged connectors, especially the one to the back of the LCD. I had this same problem with a HP F1703. The owner whacked it so hard when the backlight stopped that they dislodged the connector.
There are three (3) capacitors that go bad on the power supply board. MAKE magazine's Instructable site has a good guide on replacing them. I have a june 07 and july 07 date monitors. they were different inside!! identical outside, however. The bulged,'bad' components were 1000uf 10v cap's, I put in radio shack 272-1032 1000uf 35wvdc. My monitors? BOTH were bought for $35 on craigslist, $10.35 in parts. ???BusinFLA -at- hotma*l dot com.....worked for me!