Is it only this monitor? If so I know how to work on them but it is generally expensive but hopefully if you still have the warrenty on it you can RMA or return it to the shop for repair/ replacement. The panel is still good however there is a power issue and it could be the psu (proprietary internal board) the back light, or the high voltage inverter. Typically these types of failures result to bad caps and hot and cold cycles. If there isn't a warranty then you might as well get a new one instead of going through the trouble unless you know how to repair electronics. Right now I got a 42inch ED Plasma TV setting around but I am not up to replacing the dead psu and Z module that cost $400 to replace but any way flat panel parts can be pricey even for a LCD.