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It has a 1080p display panel (Full HD) and also supports 24p for the optimum way to display Blu-ray. So in these respects it is a high definition TV.
The built in TV tuner may or may not receive HD broadcasts though. That doesn't change the TVs ranking as a HDTV. It just means you might need an external HDTV tuner to get the same kind of quality from TV broadcasts as Blu-ray and console gaming.
IF you have the serial number you should find the model number.
The model number is essential for getting more information. One trick is to put 'old Zenith TV images' in Google. You will get lots of pictures. Find the pictures of yours and some will have the model number stated. From there you can do search on that model number. You should be able to locate manuals, etc.
In response to your mail, I didn't find any of the sites looked at all helpful.
In the end ou just bumble your way through and hope to reach a satisfactory conclusion.
It should be a simple matter to put in the Make, Model and serial No of a TV set and be able to access a user manual. Alas that was not my outcome.
FGorget it please do not respond.
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Sounds like you lost your video. Causes could be a vodeo switching IC, a PIP module if the set has PIP Or a fault in the video jungle IC. To fix this problem I would highly recomend you take the set to a trained service person, as there are safety issues to deal with , as these sets hold alot of hi voltage even after the sets unplugged. Better safe then sorry. Good Luck