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Coaxail Hi I tried to pull out a cable that was connected to my coax connection on my tv and the cable was cross threaded and I pulled to hard and the etire cable came out including the piece connected to my tv! Is this going to be a big problem to fix?

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This piece is called RF connector. This problem is not so big but it will cost you some $35 for to replce it.
Find a technician near your location , he will help you.

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