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what tower? model, the monitor has nothing to do with power and dead fans in the tower.
'Sounds, (and silent to) means the PLUS in the PC is dead.
all things can be repaired, that is what technicians do.
here is the chain of events, ! to get noise (fans)
power in the wall 120vac , usa
power to the PSU,
the power button goes to the MOBO, and standby power is there
now and pushing said button the MOBO commands the PSU on
if the PSU is happy (PWROK) thinks PSU IS safe the PSU tells the PC its ok, and power stays up.
and fans run.
so my guess bad PSU, its easy to test with anyf $10 voltmeter,
I would resolder the inverter chips about five of those on the inverter board first. If that doesn't fix it, try the Power Supply unit (PSU), order this capacitors http://www.ebay.com/itm/Repair-Kit-RCA-L32WD22-LCD-TV-Capacitors-/230637983468?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item35b31856ec
or better if you can get a new PSU altogether, but doubt you can find one right now.
Tries tv unplug,replug it back about an hour later.The tv,now should reset itself back to factory setting.The tv should work now,not than the power supply board is dying,not giving the right voltage to the rest of the tv anymore.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
If your TV is a year old or more, chances are that the power supply is starting to fail on your TV, causing all kinds of erratic behavior up to the point of not turning on anymore.
I service these power supplies since it does not look like there are many service parts available anymore. The only way to get this TV functional again is to repair the power supply to the component level.
Bad power supply. The light is green when it is not plugged into the monitor because there is no load on the power supply. When you plug it in the monitor tries to draw current, nothing the PSU can handle now, so the light blinks. The PSU can not provide the amps that the monitor needs.
Get a new power supply, you can find them on ebay. Just make sure the voltage and amps match. It is ok to buy a power supply with a higher amp rating, the monitor will only take what it needs. Also make sure the power plug that plugs into your monitor matches.