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Well the other answers are partly correct, the problem is the power supply board but all of the symptoms go back to the same source. There are parts called capacitors on the power supply board that filter the output power and help provide a steady supply, Over time the will start failing which in turn causes the power supply to output "noise-y" power. The power supply board is easily repairable which will bring the monitor back to live. Here is a link to information on repairing the VX2835 power supply board that should get you going.
I hope this helps,
Posted on May 09, 2012
From your description you have two or three different problems, power supply/inverter board issue and poor color. The cost to repair will be more than a new monitor, I recommend not going any further with this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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