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DNICESR
Level 7

TV repair

My antenna/cable coaxial plug-in broke off on my TV, what is the best way to repair?

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makaiguy
Level 20

Re: TV repair

Duct tape -- it can fix anything.  Smiley Very Happy

Okay, with that out of the way ...

Roku only supplies the operating system for a "Roku TV".  Hardware issues needs to be referred to the manufacturer of the set.

Roku TV Manufacturer Support Contacts:
https://community.roku.com/t5/Manufacturer-Support-Warranty-Resources/Contacting-Support-for-Your-Ro...

If you want to "do it yourself" a YouTube search for your TV model (or at least its manufacturer) may be your best bet for instruction.  Try "replace [brand name] coaxial connector" or "replace [brand name] antenna connector".

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