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My coax on the back of the TV got ripped out, How to fix it?

We are hoping to get satellite soon but we need to fix the coax first in order to plug the satellite box into the TV, how would we go about fixing this problem our selves? Or should we just have a TV repair man fix the problem.?

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  • silvercat21 Jul 15, 2008

    It's not the coax wire we are having problems with it's the actual inlet to the TV, there is a round hole where the plug in should be. Without the plug we cannot plug a satellite box to the TV, we have rabbit ears right now and cannot use them because they need to plug into the back of the TV.

  • vantasse Jul 24, 2008

    My tv had the same thing happen. The box is still attached to the circuit board, however, the male end that the cable screws onto sheared off. Can I get it fixed without replacing the whole circuit board?

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Most satellite TV companies replace the entire wire themselves. They make sure you are getting the quality that you will be satisfied with so you will pay them monthly as a satisfied customer.

If you have to fix it yourself you need to contact the satellite provider to ask what grade of coax you need. You will most likely have to replace all of the coax you are currently using if you want to get the quality of signal that satellite provides.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

Usually when the satellite company installs the dish, they wire it to uour TV (via the box). This is usually all included as part of the installation package. Also, since the companies are competitive, many times installation is free with the contract. I would let them worry about all wireing.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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