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Antennae & Tuners

My broke off my threaded part that the cable wire screws on to. do i have to buy another one part# 264658. also we tried turning it on and the power button just flashes and then turns off. did the happen from braking off the tunner?

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Most likley it took a fuse out on the board and the set will not run with the source voltage missing
as to the tuner some times they can be repaired or if to much damage has occoured you may have to buy a tuner for your set

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