Pay someone to do it....
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Radio Shack sells generic replacements. A lot of times they are in stock in the store, so you don't have to wait for the mail. They do ship to your house or your local store.
If I'm not mistaken, you probably have a type of RCA jack in which the outer ground is a "sleeve" that snaps in place. I once had an amp that used these and they would come out if your cables were too tight.
If I'm right - the easiest fix is to find some spares outer sleeves. It's possible you may be able to find this type of RCA jack and radio shack, but I doubt it. You'll probably need to cannibalize them off of a similar receiver or other component from the Receiver's manufacturer. Shop Craig's list and local thrift shops for a parts unit.
Another option is to cannibalize them off the same receiver. I can't recall ever using all RCA inputs on any receiver or preamp I've owned (except on that only had 2 inputs. So, if you have 2 different inputs each missing one sleeve, pull one out from one and install it in the other. You may want to add a dab of superglue when you install it so it doesn't pull out every time you remove cables.