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A large black spot usually means the LCD screen is damaged. It may have fine cracks around the black spot. In this case the LCD screen needs to be replaced. A replacement screen maybe available for your laptop from this WEB site. LCD screens and Inverterswww.lcdparts.net
The screen is probably permanently damaged... Some of the juice got into the screen which is bad news. You have to be very careful with liquids around laptop screens, even when your just cleaning it. You should never spray or spill anything on a laptop screen. So if it bothers you too much you'll probably want to bring it to an expert to be replaced.
As for the keyboard you can clean it easily with a damp/wet cloth while it's turned off and the battery removed...
If you put any pressure on the screen while repairing the power jack then yes, the LCD will need to be replaced. If you are certain that you did not physically damage the screen during the repair then it is possible that you damaged the motherboard (which houses the video processor). If the motherboard was damaged I would say it's time for a new laptop.