My 13" 2001 CRT Daewoo TV cable connection got loose
My 13" Daewoo TV cable connector almost ripped out of the TV, and now, the thing is loose. Whenever I move the cable, the whole thing moves. Is there a way I can buy a part for the TV? If so, does it requiring soldering? I cannot afford to get the TV fixed, or a new one. Plus, I might as well buy an HDTV for my Xbox 360, and an antenna, and coaxial cable as well...thanks
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Typically, your cable box will have two inputs & one output that goes either thru your VCR for recording puposes or just direct to the TV. Your switching will happen thru your cable box, like an A/B switch, designed so that when cable is down, you can switch over to locally broadcasted TV stations. With DTV now in play in most areas, you will want to connect the antenna's connector to your DTV box, then connect it to your cable box for switching back and forth. The new flat panel TVs already have a digital receiver built-in, so in that case you would eliminate the DTV box.
Hello If the game box have AV out on it, you can connect it to tVs AV in by using an AV connector wire.This is the pircure of the AV cable that should connected in between TV and game box. You must select the input to TV as AV.
connector needs to be resoldered. it is soldered to the board and to the tin tuner housing. Most likely it is loose from the housing which is making it move around and not alowing it to get a good ground.
The cheapest way i can think of is open the tv and solder the ripped peice back on. That should work. If not you can go to radio shack and buy a new peice for it and install it by soldering the connections back on. Hope I could help.
A couple of possibilities:
1. Line loss, some of the cables might be too long, shorted, loose ground, not connected right;
2. Splitter - passive splitter, you might be better off using a distribution amplifies (with gain control pref);
3. RFI - TV interference from external sources.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.
As ther is no color & every thing normal.
you have checked most of the things from outside.
please check loose contact near chroma ic.
check connector for loose.
parts related to chroma section.
finally chroma ic.