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During our move the connection for the cable was broken off and we're no longer able to connect the cable wire. Can a new adapter be installed enabling for attachment of the cable wire.

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    cable connection broke when moved out of tv

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You can use your VCR to connect the cable into and then choose in the menu which output you want which is component or Svideo. If you don't have a VCR then go to radio shack or electronics store to get a RF converter which is for older TVs(really old) which didn't have a coaxial connector. Get the one that has component and Svideo on it. Then you connect the component to the TV component(or Svideo) input and select that input in the TV menu. Fixed!

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