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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.
A service provider might purchase the television from you for parts. Your renter's or homeowner's insurance policy might cover this. You can opt to get this repaired but doing so can exceed the cost of the television.
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.
OH NO!~!!! It sounds like you broke the display panel. You may be able to replace it or have it replaced but most likly it will cost more then it is worth. Inside on one of the edges is a number. Get it and look up LCD displays on the net as there are only a few major supplyers of LCD panels, and I had a freind get on for 1/3 the price that sony was asking for, and everything plugs into the display or has ribbon cables and need no alighnment after works. Good Luck
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