About an hour ago, my Acer B273H monitor suddenly died. Screen went black, power light went off, and a faint click was heard. It was running off a power board, as well as a short extension lead. I tried removing both of these and connecting directly to mains, no dice. I then swapped it out for an older LCD I had. Old LCD powers up and works fine, so the cable itself is not the issue. The B273H is roughly 4 years old. Only one prior issue which I doubt is relevant(had a vertical line of stuck pixels for a few months, that problem fixed itself though.) I have put it through a hell of a lot of use though. Prior to the monitor blowing, it had been running all night in a room with perhaps 35*c ambient temp and minimal airflow. I could open it up and try to figure out whats wrong myself, however I only have a small amount of experience repairing LCD's, and I'm not too confident I could do so without exacerbating the issue. Hence posting here first. Is it possible the faint click I heard was a fuse blowing? If so, would it be a simple solder job to replace? Cheers.