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The cable input on the tv

The cable input on the back of the tv is inoperable. is there any adapters or connectors that I can use to switch the coax to the a/v inputs on the tv I have a 27" ge television.

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There is a product call ed an RF modulator(~$35) you could Check w/Radio Shack. you could also use a VCR If the GE tv is less than 9 years old they have a very common cold solder problem in the grounding of the tuner section, A simple fix @ for most techs.

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Re: the cable input on the tv

The only thing you can use to utilize the AV connector is to use a cable box or with AV ouputs.

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