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Broken av inputs

The small prongs on the red, yellow, white av input cord have gotten broken off and are stuck in the slots when the tv was moved. How can I get them out?

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  • sherryann Sep 01, 2008

    Thanks, Bob! Don't have one of those extractors, but I'm sure going to try the needle nose. Wonder if tweezers are "skinny" enough to get in there? Will sure give it a try. Really appreciate your response!

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I use a screw extractor,
a tapered threaded tool that binds on the inside of bolts et al, you wind it inside the broken end and pull gently.
where the item is a press fit and very small, needle nose pliers may provide sufficient grip.

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