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Double check at the back of the phone if the LDI (liquid damage indicator) is white. If it's red; phone has been liquid damaged. If white, try to master reset phone. then powercycle it. Retest if phone works, if not contact your service provider for other options and for more troubleshooting process for your phone, if it needed to be exchanged or not.
yes it is possible sir...i have recently change mine because i have the same problem as you...they replace the flexible glass (touch pad) but that will depend on the servicing centers you will go to...i have no idea how much is the cost in your place sir...