The cable jack broke off, I still have it. Their is a flat silver wire coming off the back of it that leads to the tv. The is where it broke(after the jack itself came loose from the silver box). That wire seems to lead into a silver box that is maybe 2x1 1/2x1/2. On the circuit board that it is connected to it is labeled TU6000. Anybody know what the silver box is called and how much it is too repair or how to repair it myself?
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Re: Broken Cable Jack on c27a24t
You should take this to a service shop to have it properly repaired. They may have to order a new tuner module if the circuit board inside has been damaged.
There are safety issues with grounding and AC mains isolation with this connector.
Servicing this can have serious safety issues. Take the set to a service center if you want it repaired.
For the average TV set, the tuner module is rather expensive. It can be in the area of about $70 to $120 depending on the model. There is about 1 hour of labour involved if there are no problems to change it.
You may be lucky, and the service tech may be able to fix the connector back to the tuner case or have a way to change it.
If the set is more than about 5 years old the tuner module may no longer be available.
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No way to do that unless you can figure out a way to remove the part. The contacts inside that plug determine where the sound goes. No way to turn it off unless you remove the broken part. If you feel confident enough, remove the back of the TV and remove the broken piece from the jack.
Depending on the TV you have and the surround sound system you can use the following:
An optical out cable.
Headphone jack to headphone jack (a cable with a 2.5mm headphone jack on both ends) you then plug this into the headphone jack in the TV and the other end into the audio in jack in your surround sound system.
You can also use a standard scart lead to plug into your TV and surround sound system.
Yes it can be replace only if it just a connector adapter connected independently unto tv tuner. But if it is with the tv tuner as a whole. You will replace the entire tv tuner. Just bring the part as reference to your favorite electronic store selling tv parts.
find another TV, VCR (many around now), or other cable using device and exchange - 7 or so screws on back of tv come right off and expose lower interface where cable jack is. remove wires, solder salvaged unit in and it works.... Be careful when removing back of tv - you can pull other wires when doing so.
My jack plug lead got yanked and broke the wires inside the electronics unit. There are three screws to undo in order to get inside the electronics, one by the cable entry and two very small cross head scvrews in deep holes halfway along the unit. I cut the jack lead on the outside close to the cable entry and drilled out the hole through the cable guide and then poked the jack cable back through the hole into the electronic unit. I was able to solder the three leads to their respective pads. There are five solder pads next to the cable entry. With the cable entry at the top, the middle pad connects to the green cable, the rightmost pad connects to the red cable and the copper connects to a pad about 1 cm down from the rightmost connector. The technique was to tin the ends of the leads with solder before soldering them to the pads. I used a blob of glue from a glue gun to hold the cable in place inside the electronics unit. My plan B if the soldering was not possible was to take a jack plug and lead from an unused set of earpieces and use that lead in place of the original. It would have been much more difficult to replace the lead from the electronics unit to the headset.
Its fixable. the question is how much of the inside broke with it.
cost for repair on that usually averages 45 to 65 dollars... unless tuner is damaged in most cases not. if not hooked to tuner then maybe a new isolation block..simple job