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Cable Connector inside TV

My cable connector on the tv has been destroyed. The male connector is bent and the wire inside the television has been pulled off. The TV works fine except I cannot connect cable. How and what do I use to replace the broken one??

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  • WindCrying Jun 23, 2008

    The Cable Connector has broken off the RCA TV (F25305). The picture is great - the sound is fine - but the connection for the coaxial cable popped off. Is there an inexpensive part somewhere that can easily replace this?

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Unless you know how to sholder well and know how to do an isolation test on the set after its repaired I would let a pro do it My friend as I've seen it a hundred times. A peep will simply hook up a connector to the set and ground the connector or what looks like a ground and as soon as that set is pluged into an ac outlet and a cable or sat line is attached KAPOWWWWEEYYY.. It smokes and you end up blowing out the bridge rectifiers aong with all sorts of things. Now dont get me wrong please as you can repair set if and only if you wanna take that chance by simply taking a piece of coax cable with a connector on one end and soldering the center wire onto the broken wire that came off the connector and then soldering the outside or sheild wire to the place where the broken connector was attached if at all possible BUT I repeat this is not a good way to do this. Good luck

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