Question about Samsung TXG2547 25" TV
Can someone help me to fix this. The cable slot behind the tv is broken.
I opened the TV and see that the metal block (which has this cable receptor) is attached to the motherboard and is soldered.
How can i fix this?
I am assuming that what you are referring to as "metal block" is the tuner assy. and that the "slot/cable receptor" is the chassis mounted 75ohm TV "F" Coax Connector (female). This is easily replaced and the component should be readily available from most electronics part stores.
To perform a DIY and replace this, the TV has to be opened, the metal cover of the tuner pried open, and the F connector replaced and eventually soldered in place.
Incidentally, a nice tutorial on how to go about this is posted here.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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