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Cable adaptor stripped

I have a Hitachi TV Model 36UDX10SA and I need the adaptor that goes from the tuner to the where you connect the coax cable. Mine is stripped and I can no longer connect the cable. Its one piece and slides into the tuner on one end and the other sticks out from the back of the cabinet. Where can I find this adaptor?

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Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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