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If it looks like liquid dripping you broke the liquid crystal Display display, otherwise known as the LCD. This is probably the most expensive part of your TV. You can look into getting it fixed but it's probably cheaper to buy a new one. Alternatively if you can find someone selling the exact same model with a broken back light then you could swap out the LCD... But that would require a fair level of electrical skills.
On the other hand, If you had broken the backlight then the picture would be very dim on one side, or completely black (but shining a flashlight would enable you to see the image on the screen to some extent).
You might be able to sell the broken TV on craigslist for maybe about $50 (total guess here, check around for going prices)... But due to the weight it probably would only be worthwhile to sell it if someone could pick it up ... So eBay wouldn't really be an option.
I suggest selling for the parts. The price of the part will certainly be expensive but the time for repair is also to consider. So unless you find the same tv for parts that has a good screen and know someone who can do the repair for free..
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