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Re: cable conectors ?
If you're using a cable box from your cable provider it may have output in both the RG cable and composite connectors already. Are you using a cable box? If you are, look on the back and see if you can find a group of red/white/yellow sockets labeled something like "video out" or "output". Whatever you do, you'll need to change the video input source on your TV.
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The coaxial input can be soldered back in. You will need a new one however. Sometimes the internals in the tuner (where coaxial goes) may be damaged when coaxial connection breaks out. If that is the case a tech may charge more money. But just to replace the connection should be relatively inexpensive.
hdmi conector in the tv is a connector really fragile. this is high technology soldering, meaning: the tiny connections around this small rectangle can unsolder from the printed board really easy specially when the consumer plug in and out really often the hdmi cable on it (or not often), the scenario gets worst when you have to change the main board (this board holds the hdmi conector) only because this failure. OPTIONS:
the component input is equal to the hdmi.
Yes there is a possibility that something shorted... remove the cable wire and unplug for 10 to 30 min and try plugging back in and restarting the set. otherwise the tuner probaly would need replaced. something any tv tech can do. AT the shop we replace these conectors al the time. just depends how bad the tuner is damaged.
Well first repair the coaxial cable going to your antenna. There is no way you can use RCA cables as a substitution for coaxial cable. They have totally two different properties. You can use the coaxial and feed it to a VCR/DVD player where you can output the signal with RCA/composite cables. Basically, use your VCR/DVD player as a tuner for your TV.