I just got a 12 y/o 56" RCA projector flatscreen TV, basically for free. When I got it home there was a puddle of what looked like clear oil or glycol in the back of my truck. I dismissed it as maybe it came from a bridge or something. When I got the TV inside the house and turned it on it didn't work; picture is very blurred, just a big blue blob. If you press menu, you can make out a big black blob inside the blue blob. I opened up the back panel and this oil stuff seems to have come from inside the TV somewhere, as the inside is drenched with it. What the heck is this stuff? What should I look at first to try to get this thing working? I noticed that it has some pretty huge tubes inside for the projectors (I was pretty surprised to see tubes in there; I thought tubes were a thing of the past) and the warning labels say that there is 34KV present and give instructions to discharge it. I'm not sure if I want to tango with 34KV; anybody know what a TV repair guy would charge to look at it?