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Looking for cable with analog on one end and coax on other end


Since you're going to be soldering anyway, these are available on ebay. Just keep your wire as short as reasonable.



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The other way is just grab a short f-type to f-type coax (standard TV coax cable) , and cut off one end. Then unweave the shield and solder into a bundle with a short wire to the TV antenna ground.

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Antenna in port connection broke off the tv


You can purchase the whole main pcb for the tv, but this would be costly with arts and abor. You could order just the part you broke called the Tuner but, you would need to know how to solder to take off the old and put on the new one which is time consuming. The cheapest and easiest way is to if you do not have cable or sattelite and just have an over the air antenna, get you a converter bx with the composite outputs "red,yellow,white" and connect that to your tv. Thats the cheapest and simplest work-around fix. Good luck!

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Hello, my 25" Magnovox (#mt2501c)


Tv fell off about 3 feets or more?Yes,turn on the tv see if u getting any power to the unit?Might have broken main PCB board too.If unit still have power,check see if tv get statics screen have colors shaded in red or mutiples colors,mean the tv CRT(tv tube) yoke is dead and damages scrambles radiation.Or the tv getting power but have high pitch sqeeling noises or rattles noises,tv have the CRT-(tv tube) is crack by the neck or broken totally.CRT have damages problems or dead tv is worthless,beacause of CRT(tv tube) is dead,not fixable even that antena connector input is replaced.

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No signal on samsung 40"lcd tv


IF it is an ATSC tuner ,newer type ,( digital tuner) it needs better antenna, most importantly Check the cable from Antenna to the connector. using multimeter , put on resistance ,any, anc check both ends of the cable, when there is no change on the multimeter consider the wire is broke somewhere. Make sure the antenna is pointing towards the tv station. also check www.antennaweb.org i think to see the DTV channels in your area. GL

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The coaxial cable antenna broke on my RCA tv


The part is called a Female Belling-Lee Socket. Radio Shack, or anywhere that sells antennas, CB radios, repairs TV sets, should have one. Soldering it in, is another matter. Be careful.

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yes it can be repair..You would have to take it to a repair center so they can repair it for you..

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RCA D52W17 ANTENNA/CABLE ANALOG INPUT


are you looking for this part?
http://www.partstore.com/Part/Thomson/RCA/264658/New.aspx?ModelMfgName=Thomson&ModelBrandName=RCA&ModelNumber=D52W17BYX1
if so, just make sure your model number is on the listed devices.

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you need to take off the antenna so that can solder the antenna terminal inside the tuner.

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Cable plug broke off


Well first repair the coaxial cable going to your antenna. There is no way you can use RCA cables as a substitution for coaxial cable. They have totally two different properties. You can use the coaxial and feed it to a VCR/DVD player where you can output the signal with RCA/composite cables. Basically, use your VCR/DVD player as a tuner for your TV.

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Need an antenna block for a Sanyo DS25390


Was the block a cube about 1" ? You should be able to salvage one from an old tv. This block is used to isolate the antenna/cable from the "hot" chassis inside your tv. If you should find a used block ,make sure it does this. If you get one that gives you a direct connection to the chassis, your antenna/cable connector would give you a shock and probably burn out something in your tv when the cable is connected. Some of the Sanyo's have this connector made on to the tuner. If this is the case you'd have to either put a new coax connector in the tuner OR replace the tuner. Stargazer

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