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Loose cable connection plug

My tv's cable connection must be loose because the cable keeps going off as if there is not attena or cable hooked up.;
Can that be fixed ? as this stv has a really good picture and I am wondering if it is worth it to get it fixed.

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    I have a RCA 36" TV with same problem. I thought it was the cable line but its the connector on the tv itself. How do you fix the connector on the TV ?

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If the coax input on the tv is loose your never going to get a good connection because its barely recieving the signal. If the coax input on the tv is strong and does not move back and forth even a little then its probably the cable box if not hooked up to a cable box then call the cable company and they need to figure out why your not getting strong enough of a signal.

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