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I pulled the tv by the cable cord and broke the metal part.

While I was rearranging my family room furniture, I pulled my TV thinking it was connected to the LONG cable cord. The cable came off along with the metal round input socket. I was able to remove the metal box which has the input and output sockets, I just don't know where to purchase a new one. Can someone please tell me where I can either, order or go in person to buy this part?

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This metal can rectangular component? this is the tuner module for the tv the device that seprates the signals that come into you tv into the channels you watch. Union electronics, partsstore.com are some places you can get tunner

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