Well, the wife and I decided we wanted to put a Roku stick on the bedroom TV. I took out the 5 screws that held the TV to the woodwork over the bedroom window while the wife held the TV. As things go I unhooked the HDMI on the side of the TV and reached around to undo the coax on the bottom along with the power cord. I noticed at this point the HDMI cable that was attached to the port on the back of the TV was bent down. I unhooked it and tried to push it back into the cable and thought all was well. The story gets better. Now I noticed the TV only had two HDMI ports and of course we needed three. I ordered a HDMI switch from good 'ole Amazon and waited for delivery. I got the switch today and went out to put everything together and button the TV job up. I picked up the cable that I thought was OK and the connector came off in my hand
. The broken connector was attached to HDMI 1 on the back of the TV and the other HDMI cable has a red band around it and was connected to HDMI 2. I believe the one with the red band is the satellite feed and the other one which is broken is for the DVD player. I tried pulling the cable from the cabinet where the DVD player is located in the bedroom, but it isn't moving.
I am assuming it is not a direct connection between the DVD player and the bedroom TV, but I don't know for sure. Any ideas on how to possibly fix this mess? There is also a wall plate in the cabinet that says rooftop with a RG59 connector. I'm guessing this is a feed from the rooftop satellite dish like in the front living area over the televator TV. There is also a CAT 6 cable coming out of the wall in the bedroom cabinet that goes into a converter to HDMI that is plugged into a HDMI outlet in the wall. Any idea what that feeds? Thanks for any help or information.