The screen on my 2011 Leaf also opens and closes randomly while I am driving and parked etc. I tried the compressed-air and sun method above. No luck. I disassembled the screen. Pull the 20A radio fuse in the box next to the battery to cut power to the Nav while you work. There are 13 Phillips screws (some very small) to make the screen come out. There are also 2 ribbon cables you need to pop. Super easy. A long thin PCB sits behind the plastic brightness and tilt/open buttons. That PCB hosts 2 contact switches (one for tilt and one for brightness) 4 LEDs to illuminate those same buttons and a few lumped components. I cleaned the mechanicals (buttons) with contact cleaner and reassembled. No luck. I disassembled again and ripped the tilt button off with a pair of pliers. I then cleaned the pads on the PCB where the dismembered button sat, so the button would no longer function AT ALL. I put the thing back together and it seems to be good to go. Of course if you want the screen to tilt/open you need to coax the screen into position with a flathead. I have never opened this thing intentionally and I don't have plans to in the future. But its pretty simple to open with a flathead if needed (it won't be). For me this stupid thing is a lot like a motor on the lid to your just box. Who uses this liability? How stupid!