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VCR/DVD prongs broken off in TV

The prongs that attach the wires from the VCR/DVD player to our TV have broken off in the TV part where they are to plug in. I moved our TV and VCR/DVD player and I forgot to unplug the VCR/DVD player from the TV, so when I moved the table they were on, the prongs from the VCR/DVD wires broke off in the TV plug in part.

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Unplug the tv then try to drill a real small hole in the broken off part of the cable that is inthe tv, then take a sharp pointed screw and try to thread it into the hole that you drilled if able to get it started then pull out on the screw to see if it will come out. If not able to do it this way you will have to take the back off and some of and see if you can push the broken part out from the inside. Be sure to unplug your tv from (AC) so you dont get hurt. If that dont work then u probley willhave to take to a shop to get fixed.

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