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Video prong broke off and stuck in TV video input

When I pull off the TV/VIDEO plugs (yellow white red) the yellow prong broke off and is now stuck in the outlet. The same thing happened in the front of the TV. How do i remove the broke prong??

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    Same Exact thing here

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AlmostBob
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SOURCE: broken av inputs

I use a screw extractor,
a tapered threaded tool that binds on the inside of bolts et al, you wind it inside the broken end and pull gently.
where the item is a press fit and very small, needle nose pliers may provide sufficient grip.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Video Input

Are you sure that the source is generating a video signal? It is extremely rare for both front and rear Video Input sockets to fail simultaneoisly. from your description, i would suspect the cable connecting the Viseo out of your DVD player / Video Game than the Video Input ports of the TV. If you have another cable, just try again with that. Or, try using the Red to red cable into the Yellow port, using one end at the DVD player and the other at the TV Video Input. If there is image, then it is confirmed that the cable is faulty, and you can get a replacement cable for a few bucks at any Video store.

Posted on Mar 21, 2007

ladywinn
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SOURCE: How to access video input (red, white, yellow)?

I was wondering have you fixed this yet?

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

kakee
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SOURCE: Screen goes black and resets during HD shows

Are you on Cable service or Direct TV. Have you tried the analog signal? HDTV ready monitor can use a standard analog signal. Most HDTV ready tv's have analog tuners built into them, meaning you can use standard cable/over the air signals on them. They will not be high definition. You can use the analog hookup by hooking it to the coaxial antenna hookup, or, if you have a cable box, it may have a set of audio/video outs (the red-white-yellow rca plugs on the back) that you can use to hook up for a slightly sharper picture.

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Stuck Video prong!!!!!!!

well, if we're talking about the same TV, you can get an alan wrench to fit the screws on the back panel.

now, are you talking about the video in, or the ANT in?

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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