There is a screen adjustment in the system tab of the settings that might help. Click on Align Screen and try to align your display. The other thing is that make sure there are no germs below the frame of the display (between the screen of the display and the frame that is holding it) . You can use small cutter to remove the germs, but be very careful not to hurt your display.
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If your iPad otherwise works normally (i.e. the touchscreen is fine), this was probably an input problem. I've found that my fingers don't work well on touchscreen devices if they're cold, or if my skin is dry. That usually means I tap or swipe things and it either doesn't happen, or doesn't quite work right because it couldn't track my finger properly.
Another thing to be careful of is that you purely tap the screen, and don't let your finger 'wander' on the glass before you lift it away. The iPad is very sensitive about skin moving on the surface, and if you're not very deliberate, it'll treat a clumsy tap as a 'slight swipe' - and swiping doesn't bring up the keyboard/cursor, so it appears not to work.
The problem is a faulty contact from the touchscreen leading to the phone board.
On the right side of the phone were the volume buttons are, under the touchscreen is the screen's contact. Try "detaching the screen's face a little from the phone body exactly at the volume down button(using your fingernail or something) and see if the touchscreen is responding in anyway. Now try to pull a little bit the touchscreen frame from the rest of the chassis and see if it works.
Be careful though not to totally destroy your phone...
when phone is idle, the auto lock feature locks out the screen. you can set the time when lock engages or disable completely. To unlock, press top right corner button or use touchscreen options by sliding finger up from bottom to top or press unlock button on bottom of touchscreen
There is no need to replace the whloe lcdscreen, you just need to replace the touch screen & panel which is a thin glasstop on the top of the lcdscreen. The whole lcdscreen is expensive, while a touch panel is much cheaper than that.
And we could provide all kinds of PDA accessories.
Here are some information for you
In general, PDA LCD screen comprises the touch screen. LCD screen acts as a display of PDA or SmartPhone, and the likes, which cannot go without LCD screen.
Touch screen is short for touch screen digitizer which seizes the upper part of PDA LCD screen. It is pressure-tactile, runs with gentle touch of stylus, finger and other tele-pointing function-possessed device. Different
from LCD screen, the touch screen is an optional component for PDA,
SmartPhone, and the likes. A PDA can function well even without the assembling of a touch screen for the availability of keyboard.
It will depend on how bad is the scratch. For deeper scratches there isn't no fix. For smaller ones there is a specially made scrach fixing paste or something like this, that may be found in some computer stores or electronic/phone service centers.
PLEASE NOTE !
Your display is a touchscreen type. The top part of your display - the one you touch, is not made of glass or plastic but a kind of polymer acrilic or similar based materials. Most scrach fixes work and are designed for plastic or glass surfaces. Please instruct or remind this to the person that will attempt the fix. Otherwise it can damage the touchscreen or reduce it's brightness or sharpness.
Hope this helps.