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Red words under the words

My ig screen sony videoscope xbr is looking like it is out of alignment with the red on the left top hand corner for the screen. Lets say I was watching ESPN and it will so the ESPN logo on the top left hand corner and under that there will be a red line with a red word ESPN also. There are some all over the TV but just not as bad as the top left hand corner.I have try to cleans and lense but don't know what to do. Please help because I am clueless.

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    can you explain to me what that is so i can replace it

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