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Cable jack on tv broke off

Finger tight cable wire to my 52 " samsung and the cable jack broke right off at the base. ( finger tight) cheap metal or what? have hard time h.h.gregg to swing my way on this what do you think? physical damage my fault. but cheap setup i say. im a electrician never broke that ever before.

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This is clearly not your fault! and sounds like a defect in the manufacturing process happend to this part!! if you used your fingers THIS PART SHOULD HAVE NEVER BROKE!!
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