Buying an electronic is some time testing your luck, It's could best, good, bad or even worst. As I look at your problem, I remember mine year back. This is the first symptom of LCD going to worn out. Hurry up go to your LG Service center and tell them your problem. If lucky, you don't need to replace your LCD because maybe just the connector loosen. The worst case is, you need to replace your LCD screen which is quite expensive.
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Gently bend it like you're trying to split it with screen facing upwards or squeeze around the camera. Amusing solution but it works. recalibrate your touch settings afterwards (menu>settings>touch settings) for perfect operation
I found the perfect solution (if you are in the market where Alltel is now Verizon). My screen stopped working and this was the third one I've had. If it is still under warranty, take it to Verizon where they are suppose to replace. But since Verizon doesn't carry the Glimmer they are forced to give you a different phone that compares to the Glimmer. They great thing about this is that the Glimmer is equivalent to the EnV Touch, a 10x better phone (full QWERTY keyboard, no block on ringtones, and no annoying ascending ringer!). So I exchanged a crappy glimmer for an awesome EnV Touch for free. So if you are now a Verizon Customer and under warranty I would totally do this!
It sounds like it needs a new LCD. The front fascia which you touch includes the touchscreen digitizer but it sounds like the LCD which is a different component and is what the visual part of the screen. You can find these online and attempt the repair yourself or bring it to a mobile phone repair centre.
Alright most likely you are like me and keep your cell in your pocket or anywhere loose. What has happened is there is debris or water under the clear cover over the screen. Look at the front of your phone and peel the front right corner off the screen cover off....dont worry it will stick back on. On the top right corner there is a gold rectangle. Rub it a couple times until you see the touch screen moving...these are the sensors. Place the clear screen back on. This should help. Hope this works for you...it did for me.