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I have a Philips TV purchased in 2002. I know it had a place in the back to attach and S video cable. I don't know if it is a HDTV. Can you help? Also, how could I find its model number? I don't know where the book is. :)

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I found the model number on the back of the TV. The PDF of the book is available online along with other information. It is not an HDTV.

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