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I had just bought an old sanyo tv, it didnt come with the av connections, but when i seem to hook the vcr or the cable to the port in the back its not giving nothing but static..even on channels 3 and 4

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Hi, have someone watch the tv while you wiggle that connector around in the back while its hooked up to the vcr or cable is plugged in and channel on 3 or 4 see if you get any luck, use a little pressure to move the connector. This is a common problem. It will probably need to have the connector resoldered to the board.
jm

Posted on Aug 23, 2010

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    Jude Meredith Aug 23, 2010

    if you can get it to come back to life while your putting pressure on it, try and find something to use as a wedge to hold it there, right in between the case of the tv and where the connector goes in.. like a toothpick, matchbook or something like that, sanyos are pretty good sets, good eye.


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