First I have to ask if you discounted the battery? You should never change an LCD on any phone without discounting the power source. Second, you’re getting that touch ID message because you did not transfer the original home button that came with the phone. Home buttons are married to the motherboard an should never be separated from each other. Some replacement screens come with home buttons, camera etc and can be installed as is for fast repair but its best to buy screen only and swap all the part from old screen to new screen.
Hi there. You can clone the drive no problem. As long as you don’t have more than 500GB of data on the drive and you said you only used about 70GB so you’re fine. The cloning software will resize the partitions to make it fit on the 500GB drive. You can get a Samsung Evo 860 series for under $150 if that’s in your price rang because a 500Gb is about $80. Can get them on eBay even cheaper brand new.
Was a bad idea using the same cable. Soda doesn’t really dry away from inside a port or cable and needs to be cleaned. Would have been a good idea to get another cable and not use the same one. You can also use an old toothbrush and some Isopropyl alcohol to clean the charging port and dry it out. This would have been the best option from the start but can try it out and see. If it still doesn’t work then you need to get the port checked, might need to be replaced.
Swapping all your parts to the other phone would be best. Teardown both phones and make sure the housings are identical. No data is lost by doing this. Worst case you damage a part while swapping so be careful.
Where ever you took the car to get the AC repaired should be responsible for fixing your car back to the same way you dropped if off. They probably damaged something in the car that's preventing it from starting. If its an AC job then you didnt have to do timing nor valve since they have no business messing with those parts for an AC job. There are many reasons why the car won’t start and you can start by getting the car diagnosed with a scanner. Could be a bad sensor like crank sensor or they caused a short in the car while working on the AC with battery still hooked up. Hopefully they did not short out your PCM.
You can't always see bad components. You would have to take the TV to a shop to get fixed. The boards have to be tested to make sure they are all working. I had a Samsung smart TV and drove me crazy. Had an issue just like yours but it only shut off when you change channels or when it goes dark between adds and it turned out to be the backlight strip had couple burnt LEDs. The boards in the TV have a chart with pins and voltage that can be used to test them but again you need to know what you're doing and how to use a multimeter. If the power supply is not providing adequate voltage, it will cycle on and off. If the main board has issues, it will cycle on and off. Could be any of those boards.
Make sure all the screws are removed. You also need to remove the power cable. I’ve never worked on this TV before but a lot of them share the same features. Maybe your TV is like this version: https://youtu.be/2WtDCYjp2kg
Very much possible. But based on my research it will cost you just as much as buying a working used monitor just like it off eBay. You would need a donor monitor or the cable by itself and tools. Here is the link to the disassembly. https://the-eye.eu/public/Books/iFixIt%20Guides/Appl...
You may not find an LCD for this watch and will have to resort to replacing the whole unit. Can find a pre-owned one online for under $$200. You can always see if a repair center can have it done for you since the parts are not available to the public. https://my.garmin.com/rma/en-US/repair/repairLanding