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I ended up taking it to MicroCenter and their free Tech Support guy determined that the monitor was definitely bad (not the external AC adaptor). I was able to buy a relatively cheap replacement.
Incidentally, the monitor may have gone due to an electrical storm or when my PC's power supply went. At about the same time as this problem, the PC wouldn't power on... the power light would blink and I'd get clicking. The Tech Support guy checked the power supply output of one of my internal connectors and it was definitely bad. I replaced the 250W power supply with a Thermaltake 430W one (I wanted to add another drive and a couple more cards, so increasing the load) and voila "it lives again".
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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