possibly, but i definitely wouldn’t risk it. you run the risk of electric shock, and you run the risk of shorting out, or otherwise damaging the device. You’re camping… You’re supposed to enjoy the wilderness. Put it away, until you get back home. :)
Literally, the only thing you can do is replace the screen, because the problem is with something in the screen. I think your best bet would be to purchase a replacement TV, because repair would likely cost more than the unit itself, even if you could get a repair technician to do the work. As a side note, always keep your proof of purchase, and warranty information in a safe place
I second Augustine’s response. Try contacting Vizio Support. They were able to help me with my malfunctioning Vizo TV, which was doing that, along with a few other oddities, right after a firmware update.
I assume you mean that you replaced the touch screen on your Galaxy Tab A. Replacement of the touch screen can be tricky at best. With the unit off, and preferably no battery, (for safety), unplug the cable, and clean all related connectors with rubbing alcohol, and a Q-Tip. Wait about 5 minutes for everything to air dry, then reassemble, and try again. If this doesn’t work, then either the new screen is defective, or something was missed during reassembly. At this point, I’d suggest having a professional repair it for you.
@kenpery Actually your assessment is not entirely correct. I performed this procedure for a friend on a PS3 that had this exact same problem. When I was done, their PS3 lasted them for more than a year, so definitely more than just a few days. It can work, just may not work in all cases, or models.