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Cable plug in back forcefully removed.

The cable attach plug in the back was forcefully removed from the Sharp 25VT-K100 TV. I can access the separate circuit board but don't know where wires would go. When I get the new plug, how many wires will there be? Where will they go on the board?

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The cable conmnector (F-connector) attaches directly to the tuner board. There is only the center connection and the ground connection. This is a simple repair for a shop but requires a bit of practice (you can't melt the inner insulator). The part costs around $2. Check with a local shop for their repair charge.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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