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Hi there.. i bought a second hand 50" Panasonic wall mountable TV ... model number TH50THD75..i believe it was previously used in a hotel or pub and has no hole to put the Ariel in so it only works when I use an XBOX with it etc. how can i fix this problem .. is there something i can attach?

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You can buy an RF modulator and a set of composite cables(RCA jacks- red/white/yellow) and attach the aerial coax to the modulator and the compostite from the modulator to tv.
Hope this helps you.

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