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My cable has disconnectd.. well fallen off the end of the cord. This is the cord form the aerial(on roof) to the back of the tV. I have no picture, as the connections on the end are loose. Can someone help me to rewire it? I am a pretty cluey person, but annot solve this one!!!

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Are there 2 wires that can be seen? And is it flat looking or is it round cable with silver braided wire with white center insulator with copper looking center conductor? If it is the latter you can purchase screw on connectors at most electronics shops. Example...Radio Shack, Home depot, Lowes etc. Good luck and happy tv watching. Jay

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