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The projection lenses vertical and horizontal lines are off level

I have a 50" Toshiba Rear Projection Cinema Series, the lenses are not properly aligned. The vertical and horizontal are not leveled. Any idea on how to adjust them? RAGS

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Your convergence ICs have failed. replace both STK392-110 ICs

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