Question about Panasonic CT-36D32 36" TV
In the process of moving my TV, the cable cord got stuck and I pulled the cable connector out of the TV. Now there is no silver connector just the wires that it was attached to. How do I get this repaired and is it worth it?
This unfortunately is a common issue that happens when moving televisions with the coaxial connection (the silver connector). Normally the best way to get this repaired is to bring it in to a local repair facility. I can't speak on the costs but they should be nominal, as long there wasn't any other internal components that were damaged.
Another repair option might be to purchase a digital converter box for your television as long as you have Audio/Video inputs. With the pending conversion to digital broadcasts this would be killing two birds with one stone.
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