Question about Televison & Video
Look on the back of the tv for a "manufacture date". If you can't find it, look up the product code on the back of the TV. Then call up the manufacturer and give that information to them. They will be able to look up the TV and tell you when it was made.
If it's a brand new TV, it will have been manufactured quite recently. If it was a used TV, it will have been manufactured some time ago.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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