Question about Sharp 36R-S50 36" TV
I'm trying to find out the exact name of the piece where the antenna /cable would be connected to. it doesn't look like
it would be hard to replace. oh yeah, and where can i get one?
Hi I am Vortash the item you are refering to is just called an F socket here in the UK .. they are available from most good electronic stores but if you wish to get the actual one for your set you should contact the manfacturers service agent and a word of caution from what I can see on the service manual ( unfortunately I dont have a full one ) it is the same socket that a sattelite cable uses .the screw on type or
But Caution if the earth of this is an earth ground aerial to the set chasis it will have a capacitor or a resistance coupler somewheren usually on the set this is to avoid the socket becoming live .. make sure you dont by pass this in any way if you do any earthed socket you attach to it will blow .. Regards Vortash
Posted on May 21, 2009
This is called an "F" connector the one you want is circuitboard mount it must be soldered into the circuitboard Radio Shack sells it
Posted on May 20, 2009
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