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guess u mean the antenna in or also called rf. in this case if u are involved in electronics and have a soldering iron u can open the rf converter and solder a rf cable inside and leave it out the original hole and connect a simple plug for connecting to antenna. just ask again here to topic if something is unclear.
The repair to replace the RF connector can be a long and complicated one. You should probably take this to a TV tech for repair. Or in another case, if you have a video one or a video two connection, apply RCA cords from the satellite box to the TV. Save a the price of a repair. Thanks for asking and give me a few hands!
UHF channels are basically "line of sight" type signals. You need to be pretty near those UHF stations.
You need a Uhf or combination Uhf/ Vhf antenna to receive them - - Usually an out-door type.
Your TV needs to be set in the "antenna" mode to tune beyond channel 13 "air type" channels. Channel 14 is the first UHF channel if you're in the antenna mode. If you're in the "Cable" mode then channel 14 is a cable channel which is operating at a different frequency from UHF.
I hope this will help you!