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I was moving the tv and forgot to unplug the cable and the connector in the back of the tv broke off. What can I do?

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  • jenny walsh Mar 12, 2011

    Yep I believe a new tv is in order! Thanks for your help!

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You will have to replace the board that the connector is on. You did not give a make and model so I can not give more information.

Posted on Mar 11, 2011

  • jenny walsh Mar 12, 2011

    The model isToshiba 32A41 and its over 10 years old

  • marionbagget Mar 12, 2011

    140lbs crt analog tv.
    You have only two 'video' inputs (svideo/RCA and component/RCA) and an RF jack. You did not say which connector was broken so if it was the the RF jack (cable,arntenna) then this leaves you with the necessity of using 'creative connections' -- which usually means routing your satellite dish signal through the VCR. That the only no cost solution. The cost to repair this crt based set would be more than a new LCD which is what you want !!

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