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sharon guzman Posted on Sep 04, 2006
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TV plug came loose inside tv

My tv, was knocked over by one of my grandchildren. the power plug that connects to wall and tv, was knocked loose from inside the tv. Help where does it go? the end is a small white plastic with about 6 holes in it.

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The damage most be heavy for the power cord to come out with the conector that attaches to the main board,telling you where it goes will not help because most likely you have a broken main board,you shoud get an estimate from a qualified technician.

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