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Cable plug-iun Hi, someone recently pulled on the cable cord that is plugged into the back of my tv, and the cable plug that is attached to the back of the tv came out with it.....how can i re-attach this? Thanks

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Unless you are good with a solder iron & can recognize were the center pin of the coaxial went you will need to take that to a shop, even then there is a possibility that you have damaged the board inside the tuner & may need a replacement

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