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Yellow A/V cable port

I am using a video game system on this TV and today we are having a problem with getting a picture. I think the cable port might be loose because when you press down a bit on the yellow cable, the picture then flicks on, but as soon as you let it go, you loose the picture again.

Wondering if there is a way to replace the port itself? Or is this something that would need to be serviced ?

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What happens often is the connector comes unsoldered. When the TVs are built the temperature is kept low to keep from buring out the chips on the board, but larger metal things dont always get enough solder. They are also under stress from outside. I have fixed this dozens of times. It involves opening the TV, gaining access the bottom of the circuit board with the connector, and resoldering it. I would suggest someone good with a screwdriver and soldering iron to do the work. 

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