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Re: coalial TV cable
If you mean the plug on the end of your incoming cable line that connects to the back of the TV or cable box, Radio Shack sells replacements. You can get crimp-on ones (a good mechanical connection but requires a crimping tool, not expensive) or ones that twist onto the cable without special tools. If this is a connector on the end of a cable between a cable box or VCR and your TV, just get a new cable and don't worry about repair.
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This is the connector for the tuner. This repair must be done by someone who knows how to solder. But, if you have a Cable or Satellite box and this TV has AV connectors on the back....you can use those and do not need to repair the TV tuner. If you do not have cable or satellite you can also use a VCR as a tuner. Just put the cable into the VCR and come out of the [VCR] AV outputs into the TV AV inputs.
Your saying S video this is a cable with small little prongs single cable and not the red yellow white cable, I would go get the RCA cable and put it on Video mode as your tv may not have a S video connection if it does there is a S-video mode and you can use the channel up key until it says Svideo.. if not use the RED/Blck/White ones and put it on video and your are taken care off good luck!!
Strange, I have the opposite problem, I have the cord and camera, but no monitor. I found the following fix below to make this camera hook up to any tv or monitor, but it's greek to me. It may help you though! Or, if you can translate these instructions for me to hook up mine, I'l happily GIVE you my cord!
"The DC power was sent up the coax and the video is AC coupled and sent back down. If you open the camera and trace the wire from the center pin of the UHF connector, it will lead to an inductor and a large value capacitor. The video is coupled through the capacitor, which blocked the DC power from the video output amp. The inductor (coil) blocks the video from getting back into the power section. Cut the inductor loose from the center wire of the connector. Put well filtered +12 VDC at 500 mA (1/2 amp) or greater into the inductor at this point while running a video cable from the jack to a video monitor or to the video input of your home VCR. Then you can see the video on your TV. Power return is to the ground of the connector or any other convenient grounding node.
The red-blue-green outputs of the cable box are COMPONENT video, and the yellow-white-red inputs on the tv are COMPOSITE video. Although the words sound almost alike and the connectors look similar, they are incompatible signals. You'll need to change either the cable box or the tv so they match. Maybe this would be a good way to rationalize getting that new home theater system! Or maybe call your tv cable company and ask for a different box with composite video output. Once the cable box matches the tv, you don't necessarily need to change the cables. If the connectors fit, go ahead and use the cables you have.
Go purchase a coax male f connector, and the crimpers. Cut off 1/2 inch of rubber sleeving and fold the metal shielding back. Now cut the with part a quarter from the end but not all the way. You want the center piece to poke out. Now slide the f connector on and crimp.