Posted 13 February 2012 - 08:25 PM
My guess would be it likely has bad electrolytic capacitors in its power supply - this is common and a likely cause of that symptom. Whether a fault is worth repairing in a monitor of that size is a question, since replacment monitors have become cheap. People who are handy with a soldering iron have been replacing capacitors for themselves, but you need to prove it's that first by opening up the monitor and finding leaking or bulging capacitors.
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