Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
The coaxial input connector on the tv broke, is there a way that I can replace it without taking to tv shop? It is not my tv, so I am not sure of the make and model.
Maybe so. Sometimes the connector is fed by an RCA connector which just plugs in inside the TV and sometimes it needs a little solder work. Sometimes you have to solder on the circuit board and if it's a multi-layer board you want an expert to do it but from the manual it doesn't look like that is the case with your TV.
I'm pretty sure Radio Shack stocks such connectors with maybe a little hardware to get the fit right.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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