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Could a wire have broke off inside the back of my older model 50inch hitachi tv,with the bigger backside,when the cable cord was pulled out of the back, instead of unsqrewing it fromits connection? th


No. No wire should come out. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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I DON'T KNOW HOW TO CHANGE MY TV TO CABLE OPTION RATHER THAN UHF OR VHF


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1) UHF and VHF are types of off air antenna source signals.
2) Cable TV has both the Analog 'UHF and VHF' signals on them along with the new Digital TV signal sources.
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Vhf/uhf jack broken


You can try to attempt to solder it back on, but the metal is thick and hard to get it to stick with a solder iron..

Most likely you should get a new tuner, which depending on your expertise, may require a pro.

You can take your model number to www.partstore.com and search for your tuner and order it.

Otherwise look to spend between 200 to 275 bucks for a pro to do it.


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Cannot get uhf stations


I am going to assume you have a Yagi antenna since you did not specify. There is a connection at the top of the antenna that sends the UHF and VHF down the wiring. This could be damaged. You also may need to repoint the antenna. www.antennaweb.org can assist with that matter. If you have another tv connected to the same antenna and it receives UHF then you may have a defective internal component on that particular set. Depending on your location an age of the set it may be cost prohibitive compared to purchasing a new set.
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I bought a 32" conia tv and i cant get good reception! i have bought a amplified antenna and a hd set top box and still no good reception. my other tv's in the smae spot have had no reception issues....


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On an ancient, Magnavox RD 0946 T102 TV (circa July 1996), is the TV's VHF/UHF co-axial cable needed for an exclusive connection to a VCR?


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