Though it’s possible to repair a broken HDMI port on a television, it is extremely difficult and should not be attempted unless you are very comfortable with soldering tiny connections.
If your television is under warranty, have the manufacturer repair or replace it for you.
How much does it cost to replace HDMI port on TV?
The cost to fix an HDMI port on a TV is $93 to $302. In some cases, the input circuit board that the HDMI port connects to may be damaged and need to be replaced. The cost for replacing this input circuit board, including labor, ranges from $200 to $350.
How do I know if my HDMI port is broken?
Scroll down to the listing for your HDMI port under “Display Adapters.” If the HDMI port is not listed, it is likely the HDMI port has completely failed and will need to be replaced. If the listing is present, right-click on it and click “Properties.”
How do you fix a bad HDMI port?
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Can you replace HDMI port on laptop?
Second, identify the part number of the port itself. Although it will be stamped on the outer ground shielding, you’ll have to remove the motherboard from the laptop to get to it. Sixth, apply some soldering flux to the connections, and put the replacement HDMI port in place. Solder it down in place of the damaged one.
Why does my TV say no signal when HDMI is plugged in?
The No Signal message indicates a problem with the cable connection or the external device. Disconnect the HDMI cable from the TV and move it to an alternate port. Plug the device back in, and power the device back on. Change the TV to the new HDMI input to see if the issue is resolved.
Why does my HDMI port not work?
1) Disconnect all your HDMI cables from your ports. 2) Shut down all your devices (your computer, monitor and TV) completely and unplug their power cables (and battery if you are using a laptop). 4) Plug the power cables (and the battery) back in. 5) Connect the HDMI cables back to your devices.