This repair was fairly straight-forward, the cable had been pulled and damaged the hdmi port. The connector was skewed and a couple pins were bent and exposed within the connector.
Luckily after disassembly, the traces on the motherboard were intact and almost pristine. I decided to go with the least aggressive method using low melt. The port popped off fairly quickly. I cleaned the low melt and old solder, and added new leaded solder. Tacked a few pins of the new connector and followed up after soldering the support legs. Used small tweezers to check connections and tested with a multi-meter to verify continuity. Considering how small the pins were, I’m happy with the results.