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I have a p52926s rca tv it was free because the cable connector on the tv is brocken off dont no where it goes or how it look can you help please it look to good to throw away can i buy the part and do the repairs my self

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THIS SET'S TUNER MAY BE BUILT IN THE CIRCUIT BOARD--QUICK FIX-IF YOU HAVE A SATELLITE OR CABLE BOX---USE THE VIDEO/AUDIO "OUT " AND PLUG IN THE TV'S A/V INPUT(1OR,2) THEN SWITCH TO THE AV FUNCTION ON THE TV AND YOU SHOULD HAVE PICTURE AND SOUND...WHAT WE ARE DOING IS BY-PASSING THE BROKEN TUNER...HOPE THAT WORKS ..IF YOU DON'T HAVE SAT OR CABLE BOX,,YOU CAN USE A VCR--THEN YOU HAVE TO CHANGE CHANNELS ON THE VCR....TUNICA

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