Question about Combination Televisions
I live in a unit that is 30 or more years old and it has an old tv antenna wall socket and i need to replace it with a new one in order to watch television propely. I have attached photos of what the old tv socket looks like. Can anyone please help or guide me through on how to change the old socket?
Make diagram on paper of the old socket . Carefully unscrewing old socket from wall, DO NOT CUT WIRES, copy color of wires (if any) and where and how meny wires on the paper. EXAMPLE:: you have just pulled old socket away from wall, look and see how meny wires, colors if any, and where they are in contrast to the socket.(left wire=blue, middle wire=black, left=yellow, connector that is up or down=color. MARK these wires on paper, and if possible TAPE a piece of paper with a nember[#] on the wire and place that # on the paper corresponding to the wire in socket wall.
Take the socket to electronics store.NOTE;; IF STORE does not have a exact replacement ask store for SIMULOR replacement.Show the diagram you made to help you buy the right replacement.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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