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Monster cable pulled off connector

Hi Monster cable connected so well to the rca style jack for one of the component video connectors that it has pulled out the metal sheath of that connector from the back of our Toshiba 32a41 tv. Are these soldered or crimped into place? I see no evidence of solder. Connector still works if pushed back in. How does one remove the back to access. It looks as if the connection area on the back can be removed without taking the entire back off? Thanks O

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They are soldered in behind

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