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My coax is pushed all the way in when i moved my tv back and now my tv will not work

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You've damaged your TV's motherboard. Unfortunately, that the worst thin that could happen as it's an expensive fix. Contact your local tv repair shop and get a quote. Make sure that's it's close... most charge travel. Good luck!!

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Twist the new coax connector on good and tight and you should be good to go.

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Yes there is a possibility that something shorted... remove the cable wire and unplug for 10 to 30 min and try plugging back in and restarting the set. otherwise the tuner probaly would need replaced. something any tv tech can do. AT the shop we replace these conectors al the time. just depends how bad the tuner is damaged.

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You are losing a VERY small amount of signal using the transformer. It won't even be noticeable I'm sure if you switch to the coax in but the fewer connections you go through the less the chance of a bad connection. Use regular " Ant. In " coax connection or " RF in" whichever the wording is on the back of your set. Good Luck!

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Hook the cable up to the VCR or if you don't buy a RF converter from radio shack or electronics store which will have a coax connector on it with component and Svideo to send to the TV. Select the connection (Component or Svideo) in the TV menu. If you only have the coax connector on the back of the TV without any other connection, you will need to get that tuner board replaced.

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Are you connected to cable TV using a digital receiver? If so, your TV can only get the signal for one channel - the one you're tuned into on your receiver. A workaround is to connect the coax cable TV cable directly to your TV, as well as connecting your receiver to your TV. This will allow you to be able to change the channel on your receiver and be able to change the channel on your TV to one of the analog channels you can tune into by connecting the coax cable directly to the TV.

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