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Try using the Flash Focus to/or manually try to dial in the convergence. If you are unable to focus the TV using its convergence adjustment it's time to call the TV repair guy. Figure on between $250.00 and $400.00 USD.
the tv he mentioned is not plasma or LCD, it's rear projection with tubes.
brad, you'll have to take off the front panel. there are two phillips head screws behind two small round plastic covers, one at each end of the bottom of the speaker covers. remove those, lift the cover slightly, then pull down. be careful because the plugs for the front panel controls don't have much slack. unplug those and set the cover aside.
there is a rectangular cover to the tubes and focus panel. remove that, set it aside and you'll have access to the focus and alignment controls. the white markings on the knobs are factory reference marks. IIRC, the top is the focus and the bottom is the alignment. use a flashlight to check because it's marked.
make the adjustment as necessary to get a clear picture. =)