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Cable input jack bronken off

The cable input connector was broken off the enclosure on the circuit board. can that board be replaced? The connector broke off the enclosure due to fatigue caused by the service cable being pulled to to tight and it left a jagged hole in the enclosure casing.

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Actually I just repaired one of these "similar" units. If you remove the backing of the tv, unpluged of course, Theres a panel facing you if you are looking at the right side of the TV. This panel pops off easily with a light prying motion all around. You'll see where the connector broke off and can solder it back together with a small pin type tip. Solder the center pin to the center probe first,hold in place with needle nose pliers. 2 people are better than one at this. Then lay down agood bead of solder around the perimeter of the connector. Clean up any solder that may have dropped and put it back together, you'll be ready to go in about one hours time. Let me know how it goes!!!

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