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POWER CORD CAME ATTACHED

I was moving and believe I pulled the power cord from the back of the tv I took off the panel and it was clear that the power cord was disattached from the circut board, how do i replace this or where do i re attach it too

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Can you send a pic? if not, where there is two lines, you need to strip the wire, and then solder it back.

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