I've had it with the designers of televisions and VCRs. Surely, after a few decades they would figure out that placing the coaxial cable inputs and outputs within a few microns of a protruding edge makes it impossible to get your fingers positioned to screw or unscrew the cable? Have you noticed this? Why don't the manufacturers make their TVs and VCRs so you can actually get your fingers around the cable? This is a no-brainer folks.