I'm wondering if someone has any advice on how to fix my composite video input (there is only one input on this 1989 Sony Trinitron) that is wearing out. The part that is wearing out or more literally wearing down is the part that is actually colored yellow on the video. I tried cleaning it with electronics contact cleaner and a q-tip and the yellow plastic part of the input just went away rather quickly. Now, when I plug in a cable it doesn't sit tight and wiggles quite easily causing a momentary loss of video signal and causing the display to flash "VIDEO" every minute or so in the top right corner.
Anything you recommend to put in there to substitute for the missing yellow plastic so the cable stays plugged in tighter? Thanks!
I figured they could be replaced outright, but isn't there a way I could use a type of glue or putty or something to replace some of the colored plastic part this is wearing away so it is more secure? I'd rather take that route first than try to replace the jacks outright.