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Ok this is a common thing i repair alot of these at the shop. most teechnician can resolder these back on or replace. just depends of if the curcit boarcd was damaged when it was broke. about 20 percent of the time it damages the tuner. However i can give you another option. use another input/ you can take a vcr and useing the rca cables yellow, for video and red and white for audio and fplug your cable to vcr then vcr to tv. You will have to use your vcr to change channels until you can get it repaired. essiental using your vcr as your tv's tuner

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