I can't think of anytime I've seen that particular failure code where we've been able to save the screen without an RMA. Another thing you could've tried is forcing a display firmware update (set upgrade display // utils upgrade peripherals) but I've done it before and don't think we could've saved this one.
I have a cisco TX9000 that the screen to the extreme right refuses to come up after the entire system stays in standby mode for a long time. However, when you restart the entire System again the screen becomes operational till when the system goes into standby.
Is this a new install or has this been happening since the install or replacement of the screen? If so this is typically caused by having the DVI cable in the AUX port on the display rather than the main port, the AUX port will not receive the wake up signal to bring it out of sleep. I would advise verifying the cabling first, ensure it is the correct port.
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