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Versione corrente di: Paul Squillace ,

Titolo:

HDMI ports on the back of the TV have pushed in!

Testo:

Hello:

I have an LG47LN5750 and while swapping out my Playstaion 4 with the Nintendo Wii u, the HDMI port was pushed into the casing of the TV.

I then attempted to use HDMI 2 and the same thing happend.

Luckily, HDMI 3 worked without incident. I have swapped out other components before so I am not sure if I wore out what holds the port in place or whatever.

Is there a way that I can just remove the back case to this TV and put them back?

What is holding them in place?

Thanks for any help,

Paul

Dispositivo:

LG Television

Stato:

open

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Modifica di: Evan Noronha ,

Titolo:

HDMI ports on the back of the TV have pushed in!

Testo:

Hello:

I have an LG47LN5750 and while swapping out my Playstaion 4 with the Nintendo Wii u, the HDMI port was pushed into the casing of the TV.

I then attempted to use HDMI 2 and the same thing happend.

Luckily, HDMI 3 worked without incident. I have swapped out other components before so I am not sure if I wore out what holds the port in place or whatever.

Is there a way that I can just remove the back case to this TV and put them back?

What is holding them in place?

Thanks for any help,

Paul

Dispositivo:

LG47LN5750 - 47" LG LCD TVLG Television
LG47LN5750 - 47" LG LCD TVLG Television

Stato:

open

Post originale di: Paul Squillace ,

Titolo:

HDMI ports on the back of the TV have pushed in!

Testo:

Hello:

I have an LG47LN5750 and while swapping out my Playstaion 4 with the Nintendo Wii u, the HDMI port was pushed into the casing of the TV.

I then attempted to use HDMI 2 and the same thing happend.

Luckily, HDMI 3 worked without incident. I have swapped out other components before so I am not sure if I wore out what holds the port in place or whatever.

Is there a way that I can just remove the back case to this TV and put them back?

What is holding them in place?

Thanks for any help,

Paul

Dispositivo:

LG47LN5750 - 47" LG LCD TV

Stato:

open