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The important information you need to know is that HP no longer manufacters that part,
Third party vendors do sell it however and the part # is 407342-002. It took me forever to confirm this by a photo but there it was.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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Check below the email, i received from HP regarding the same problem. I had my adaptor broken two weeks ago and am using cello tape to hold the adaptor in the right position... sadly, hp wont give you a replacement, even though my laptop is fully covered by warranty.


Dear Vignesh,
Thank you for the reply with the requested information.
Vignesh, as per your request I am providing the third party URL so that you can purchase the RF coaxial cable adapter for your notebook.
Here is the URL :
http://www.deepsurplus.com/Home-Theater-Audio-Video_2/RCA-to-BNC-Adapters_2/BNC-Female-to-RCA-Male-Coaxial-Adapter
NOTE: The URL above will take you to a non HP Web site. HP
does not control and is not responsible for information outside
the HP Web site.
NOTE: Clicking the link may give an error indicating it is invalid.
Copy and paste the entire link in a new browser window.
I believe the above information helps you. If you have any further questions, please get back to us. We will be glad to assist you and I would like to add that we value your precious time and would be here round the clock to serve you.
For information on keeping your HP and Compaq products up and running, please visit our Web site at:
http://www.hp.com/go/totalcare
Sincerely,
Sandy
HP Total Care

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Check below the email, i received from HP regarding the same problem. I had my adaptor broken two weeks ago and am using cello tape to hold the adaptor in the right position... sadly, hp wont give you a replacement, even though my laptop is fully covered by warranty.


Dear Vignesh,
Thank you for the reply with the requested information.
Vignesh, as per your request I am providing the third party URL so that you can purchase the RF coaxial cable adapter for your notebook.
Here is the URL :
http://www.deepsurplus.com/Home-Theater-Audio-Video_2/RCA-to-BNC-Adapters_2/BNC-Female-to-RCA-Male-Coaxial-Adapter
NOTE: The URL above will take you to a non HP Web site. HP
does not control and is not responsible for information outside
the HP Web site.
NOTE: Clicking the link may give an error indicating it is invalid.
Copy and paste the entire link in a new browser window.
I believe the above information helps you. If you have any further questions, please get back to us. We will be glad to assist you and I would like to add that we value your precious time and would be here round the clock to serve you.
For information on keeping your HP and Compaq products up and running, please visit our Web site at:
http://www.hp.com/go/totalcare
Sincerely,
Sandy
HP Total Care

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