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Coax connector The coax connector just broke and fell off the back of the tv. Any ideas on how to find a repair part.It looks as if it was only attached with a sliver of metal and not secured to the set base at all.

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    I have the same problem now. Its a bad design by Sharp.

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Looks like you have to replace the the tuner part (thats the slim silver box where the coax connector was ) if your handy with this solution and can repair it yourself , then you need to go to a SHARP authorized dealer to purchase the part or leave it there for repair . let me know if this helpful, thanks AJ

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