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Paperclip stuck in Antenna jack

A paperclip is stuck in the antenna jack in the back of my TV how can I get that out

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You could try a small, powerful magnet. You can get a magnet that is on a telescoping pole at some hardware stores - they're used to pick up dropped screws, and things like that. Something like this: http://www2.northerntool.com/product/200314334.htm

That might be strong enough to pull it out. As far as dismantling the connector - it's not really something you can take apart, or at least not something you can put back together afterwards. At best, you could open up the case, remove the connector and solder on a replacement connector. I think your best bet is the magnet pick-up tool.

-Dyllan

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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SOURCE: paperclip broke off in my antenna jack of my TV

You could try a small, powerful magnet. You can get a magnet that is on a telescoping pole at some hardware stores - they're used to pick up dropped screws, and things like that. Something like this: http://www2.northerntool.com/product/200314334.htm

That might be strong enough to pull it out. As far as dismantling the connector - it's not really something you can take apart, or at least not something you can put back together afterwards. At best, you could open up the case, remove the connector and solder on a replacement connector. I think your best bet is the magnet pick-up tool.

-Dyllan

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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