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Shimmer and bands

I have an LG Flatron L1710M monitor and am getting a 1cm wide vertical bar all the way down the left of the screen, which has horizontal bands in it that shimmer on and off. Also there are horizontal bands through the rest of the screen, not all over though, and these stay with the picture or text in the same spot when you scroll the screen.
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