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andrewjkim
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Roku Streaming Stick 3800X HDMI male connector Replacement

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I don't consider myself to be an expert in electronics, but recently the male connector end of my Roku Streaming Stick 3800X got bent severely so I opened up the outer plastic casing and gently removed the HDMI connector that was somewhat connected to the PCB board. My question is this: does anybody know the part number to replace the HDMI male connector bit or is this part considered a standard HDMI male connector and can be found in any electronic hobby shop or online store? I think I paid $30 on Black Friday a year or two ago and just using it for a second bedroom TV. I didn't want to spring cash on another streaming device and wanted to just replace the HDMI connector if it's possible. Thanks!

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renojim
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Re: Roku Streaming Stick 3800X HDMI male connector Replacement

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The part number would vary by manufacturer, but any PC mount male HDMI connector should work.  Just look at the pictures and compare them to what you see on your stick.  You may find it's not worth the time, money, and effort.  Just looking around those things are surprisingly hard to find.

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renojim
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Re: Roku Streaming Stick 3800X HDMI male connector Replacement

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The part number would vary by manufacturer, but any PC mount male HDMI connector should work.  Just look at the pictures and compare them to what you see on your stick.  You may find it's not worth the time, money, and effort.  Just looking around those things are surprisingly hard to find.

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