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Cable connection broke off bake of unit

Got leg caught on cable broke connection off back of tv. how do i repair connection?

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If i was u id take to expert as i have had same problem once found cable was incased inside box very had to open so took to repair shop didnt cost alot

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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