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Onkyo TX-SR605 hdmi output jack was damaged and needs replacing. A) Where can I get the part and how much for it? B) Does the replacement part require solder or is it a snap in type connection?

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  • ryanfoltz Jul 24, 2008

    I have the same problem what do I do

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I haven't looked inside these or other similar units but if there is an extra unused input HDMI port next to the damaged port it may be possible to re-appropriated it as an output port by connecting the damaged port's wires to it after disconnecting it's factory wires. REMEMBER TO SEPARATELY SEAL THE DISCONNECTED WIRES TO PREVENT DAMAGE AND THEIR POSSIBLE FUTURE USE. Re-label the new port as the output HDMI and seal off the damaged port with tape (until replaced and reinstated). I strongly recommend photographing the original wiring locations for eventual repair to the original configuration.

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The hdmi output and inputs are on a modular circuit board that you only need a philips screwdriver to swap out. I need this board as well since I also have a damaged hdmi output jack but have not been able to locate the replacement board. If anyone knows where to look I would appreciate knowing.

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