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Cable connection part broke off in back

The part that connects the cable broke off. I was given a rate of $80-$140.00 to repair. The last repair person said to use a vcr as the tuner and the cable would work. (R/Y/W) are located in the front. The cable does work for 10 seconds, and then vcr cuts off.

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Are you talking about the part that connects the cable from the wall to the tv? I do not really understand which part on tv or vcr. It is true you can use the vcr as the tuner. You still have to connect the cable from the wall to the input cable jack on back of vcr. Then you hookup the R/W/Y rca plug- in cable from the back vcr output jacks (which are also color coded) to the tv's jacks. If you only have two jacks on the tv they will probably red and black. It doesn't really matter. Go from your video output on the vcr to the video input of tv, then use one of the audio outputs on vcr and go to the audio input on tv. It should work like that.

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