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Coaxial connector broken

My kid tripped over the wire and the coaxial connector was pulled out of the tv.... Its a soldered in piece and I can remove & install a new one.... I need to figure out where I can buy the replacement one....

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I have a magnavox plasma 50", when i remove it from the table i forget to unplug the coax cable from the back of the tv so i pull the connector out from it, anyone tell me what can i do to repair or replace this solution?

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