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We can't tell you what forms to file, but if you look on the small claims website for your state it should be obvious. You start with a petition or complaint, but I can't tell you any more than that due to website rules.
However, if the damages were $50, then it really isn't worth your trouble. Plus, if Comcast countersues and the judge finds against you because you didn't prove your case (normally because you couldn't get your evidence admitted over the objections of the other side's lawyer) then you would likely have to pay their attorney's fees. Thus it means you're risking a few thousand to get back $50, so the odds aren't right. It's really a personal choice though.
So what are your total damages?
The issue will always be whether it is worth the risk to you, regardless of whether the damages are $50 or $1500. You can safely assume that the attorney's fees will be between $1500 and $5000.
To the small claims court for your area. You shouldn't have any problem proving the jurisdiction and venue is where you live.