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The LCD screen has been broken. The screen is the single most expensive part of the unit. It is normally not cost effective to repair them. Replacement is the best option. Prevent tip-overs in the future by either wall-mounting the device or by tethering the unit to a wall with the tether kit that is supplied with most units.
Buy a new tv.The tv u have now,the LCD screen panel it internal screen membrain is broken.The tv,u have now,dosen't worth a whole tv anymore.Tv only now,worth as only as a salvages tv for it electronic boards for parts,that it.The LCD screens panels are 90% important to the LCD tvs,when,that damages or broken.The tvs doesn't worth it to replaced it LCD or Plasma screens,because tvs screens panels are limited produced by the tvs industries,u will not able to buy it anywhere,but the tvs industries themselves.They'll sell it to u,but the same priced as a new tv.
Unfortunatly the screen has been damaged beyond repair & will need to be replaced. This can cost almost as much as a new TV so it would probably be more economical to buy a new one. If you have insurance you could try to make a claim for accidental damage to recover some costs.