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Rca jacks loose

I have toshiba 32af41 . The jacks on the front are loose.I would like to tighten them. How to?

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You may have open the set to reach the rca jack connections. Most probable cause would be loose solder connections. You should do this only if you have experience in electronics, esp. TV circuit boards, otherwise, I would take the set to a service center.

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