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I'm wondering if I can replace the rca inputs and coax jack on a sharp tv

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Good day, jscivally;
You bet you can. First determine what coax jack is attached to, eg. tuner, pc board and etc. Then make sure that item was not also damaged. Present model information and it should not be hard to fine the items you need. Make sure you have a good soldering gun, station, this will be soldered on-in parts.
Hope this was helpful, good luck, big IRISH.

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