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Screen tv is curve inward and does look distrosion

I have a Mitsubishi screen tv 60 inches. I thrue an item to the screen and the inward plastic screen ben indward. Now the tv look with a curve and you can not read the clear letters on the menu. I took it apart strait it, but if flip back inward again. what do you suggest.

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Re: screen tv is curve inward and does look distrosion

Convergence amp ic bad.

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