yes try SMC reset, if you cant get that far Make sure your charger is good! i’ve had multiple customers come in thinking machine was dead and it was actually their charger or battery. Watch the light on the charger when the computer tries to boot up. Is it turning off with the computer? if so try another charger.
if you used a 3rd party battery you may have set off a proprietary trap lol, if it is a roomba certified battery they should have some sort of manufacturers part warranty you can get the thing looked at with… sounds to me like something shorted or battery was wrong type (Voltage/Amperage)
The Wire that goes into the earphone is probably twisted up so bad one of the two audio wires + and - has snapped or are shorting out on eachother. unless they are wireless and in that case you can disregard my answer!
No temporary fix unfortunately, physical Damage is physical damage. Digitizer uses light and super fast calculations to know where touch input is being made. The huge hole in the screen most likely damaged that grid and is letting ambient light pass through or casting shadows interrupting touch input or confusing the controller. Just get it fixed man!
At the very top, the grey wire Ribbon that connects your PCB to your Main Control Board should have a pin out diagram on one of the boards by the connector. by the looks of the picture, this pinout diagram is located on the power board side of the connection (right above the connector). Throw your meter on DC and Test your 5v Standby, 12v and 24v rails (if there are any) BE CAREFUL NOT TO SHORT ANY PINS THIS CAN KILL THE PCB IN SOME CASES If the voltages don’t line up with the Pinout Diagram, unplug the main control side and see if the voltages jump up where they are supposed to be. (remember nothing will kick on until the 5v standby is pulled low) if the voltages aren’t there at all, you have a bad PCB. if the voltages are there only when the Main control board is unplugged, you have a drain somewhere in your main control board that’s creating a voltage drop from the Power Board causing it not to run the GPU or other components properly. at this point unless you are good at component level repair, its...
In my experience, Most of the time a sock or something small will slip past the inner tub and into the pump what i'd do is use a Zip-tie to block the waterflow from the full tub, remove the clamps, hoses off the pump. look inside and pull whatever it is out. if the impeller is visibly busted its time for a new pump
Also, you might want to check the felt guides in the front and back of the drum, if they wear down too much, clothes start to get pinched and rub grease or soot all over everything. Just one more cause to eliminate! good luck!