I picked up this used c band dish maybe 25 years ago and when I remember to use it, it worked ok..... but recently I turned it on and apparently I am getting an error on my Titanium Satellite ASC1 that I am at my western limit.... except that I am not.... the satellite is pointing in the middle of the gear... I pulled the cover off and one of the electrical connectors had broken off (I have no idea what they are and are associated with the little square boxes) and I tried to squeeze the connectors together using a rock to push the connectors together. Does anyone have any ideas what my problem is and how to fix it ? Obviously I hardly have a clue on this stuff. See the photos. First photo shows the connector pushed together by the rock (rock is to the immediate left), Photo 2 shows the little square thing that appears to be associated with determining where the limits lie, you can also see the connectors smashed together with the rock. It is just too small and cramped to do anything with soldering, and even if I could I am afraid if I tried to take the square thing off, the bolt attaching it would break; Photo 3 is a close up. Any work arounds? Or perhaps something I can replace?