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I have a SHARP25inch TV I am wondering if it has a digital tuner. The modal # is27f630. It was made in January of 2004

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Here's the link to your manual. Doesn't look like it's digital. Sorry.
http://www.sharpusa.com/files/tel_man_36F630.pdf

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