This is an RCA part but can be used on nearly any TV where the connector has been ripped off. (Make sure to use a soldering gun when soldering the new connector to the metal shield in the TV. The small iron you would use for other connections won't get enough heat into the connection.)
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Sounds like a broken backlight. That's a write-off for an old set, or a factory warranty repair (90 days labor, 1 year parts).
First make sure the TV is in TV mode (press mode on the set, or TV/AV on the remote).
Once in TV mode, press MENU and use the navigation buttons (arrows and ENTER) to choose the set to factory default mode.
Also make sure you have a working signal by trying another TV on the antenna or cable coaxial wire.
You can also try adjusting the brightness from the MENU.
If these steps do not work, call the Haier hotline listed in the manual: 1-877-337-3639
i do not think it would work with your tv. there has been problems when tech installed uverse on dozens of tv. you can try to purchase an universal remote and see if that works. it is just like a jvc vcr/dvd player/recorder which will not work with any tv but jvc. you can also call att tech to help
You probably need an RF (radio frquency) modulator to be connected between the cable and the TV. Connect the cable to the ANT IN on the RF modulator and then use the TO TV outlet OR the three RCA outlets (yellow video, red left audio channel, white right video channel) to connect to the Haier portable TV
I bought two such modulators made by TriQuest at a local surplus-type store (i.e. Big Lots) for about ten bucks each.
Incidentally the TriQuest unit also has an S-video output.
You most likely need to reconnect the conenction, sodering it would most likely work. IF you don't have the skillset or know some one who does, replace the TV or use another connection on it (if it has one)
On most handheld TV units, the A/V input requires a 3.5mm stereo baby phone plug. While on most projectors, the Video out is a composite single RCA jack. What would be needed then is a 3.5 babyphone to RCA cable/adapter.
Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy New Year.
Well I thought I had one of the mini-jack to F type connector cables ordered but then it became Discontinued at PacParts.com. However, if Radio Shack still carries those F-connector to mini-mono earphone plugs then with another F-type Quick Connect you can make one with a length of RG-*.*/U cable with F-type screwon male connectors. Almost every one has some of those cable or satellite pieces laying around or stored and with proper adapters can fashion one for their portable TV's.