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Cable connections How do i replace my cable connection on the back of the TV? And where do i get one?

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Need to know what type of connection is being used If a scart it needs to be removed and replaced with identical fitting

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Sanyo TV connect to cable box connect DVD player


If your DVD/VCR combo player has three RCA connectors (yellow, red, and white), you can connect them to the corresponding inputs on the front of your TV.

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I have a Sanyo Tv model # SC31520 that dose not have a Cable jack on the back how do I hook it up to the Cable if it does not have a cable jack on the back


You will have to purchase cable that was once used to connect an older VCR to the TV. This cable connector will go into the RF connection of the TV to the RF connection on the cable box. If the RF connector you are looking for in the back of the TV is gone...you will have to find a TV tech to attach a new RF connection to the tuner of this TV. Hope this will help with a solution!

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The cable connection on my tv broke off how can I connect back to the cable


On most TV sets, the cable connector (also called an F-connector) is just press-fitted into the metal housing of the tuner (which selects the channels). It's not very strong mechanically and is pretty easily broken by tripping over the cable, moving the TV if the cable is too short, or often by cable technicians who overtighten the cable connection with a wrench.

The good news is that this can be fixed. There are two ways. The simple method is to replace the tuner. It's quick but costly as a new tuner may run $100. The second way is to replace the broken-off F-connector. On some sets it's possible to do this without removing the tuner, but not always. This repair may take a little more labor time, but saves the cost of the tuner.

Either way, this is a repair that's best left to a professional. Without the soldering skills and equipment needed, it's possible to do major damage to the TV and tuner circuit boards. I would recommend getting an estimate for the repair from a shop in your area. Yes, there are still places that fix TVs, but they are getting scarce.

Another possible "fix" is to forget about using the TV cable connection and use a VCR or DVR to tune the channels, and just use the TV's video and audio inputs. It doesn't repair the TV, but it gets you back onto the cable.

I hope you've found this helpful. Thanks for using Fixya!

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Cable input broke off, can this be soldered back on or does it need to be replaced?


dont try ro solder this because if theres any joint left lose , corbon may get accumalated there cuasin damage to ur TV.Go for a replacement , it is'nt that costly

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Toshiba tv 32ax60 3 thin wires disconnected


belive your referring to rf converter assembly. entire unit can be replaced  or if threaded end pulled out can be repaired. dont understand 3 wires unless worked on previously. avg shop prob min bench to repair. .

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Coalial TV cable


If you mean the plug on the end of your incoming cable line that connects to the back of the TV or cable box, Radio Shack sells replacements. You can get crimp-on ones (a good mechanical connection but requires a crimping tool, not expensive) or ones that twist onto the cable without special tools. If this is a connector on the end of a cable between a cable box or VCR and your TV, just get a new cable and don't worry about repair.

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Does not recognize cable channels


All you have to do is connect those yellow red and white cables to one of your tv inputs in the back either video 1 2 or 3 and you should have both your dvd player and cable working. Make sure your black cable is connected through coaxial in the back of your tv and the yellow white and red cables from the dvd player to video 1 in the back of your tv if anything else just let me know...

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If your cable converter box has audio/video connections on the back of it,you don't need to worry about using that RF coax connector. Just hook it up the same way your DVD is hooked to the TV input jack. Get a 3-wire cable (yellow-red-white)hook it to the same colors on the back of the cable box and hook the other end to an unused input on the back of the TV. Then select that input with your remote and watch TV.

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if you have the remote control number RM-C203 with your tv than try noise muting in your menu settings mine did the same thing i just put noise muting off and it worked for me

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