JavaScript Use Jquery to find the parent table, of a table, of a td jquery find parent with class,jquery find parent element,jquery

If you are sure that it has fixed structure, then you can use this,

$(td-selector).parents("table").eq(1).hide();

In your case,

val_information_screen.parents("table").eq(1).hide();
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