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Picture out of alignment

I'm know somebody who has a 2003 Mitsubishi wt-42311 42" rear projection TV that they are selling for $300. During the move from Cali >NY the top of the cabinet was damaged. It looks like the movers stacked boxes on top of one corner of the TV and it was squished a bit. The actual damage to the cabinet is minimal. It almost appears as if the cabinet melted a bit. It is not cracked or punctured in any way. When the TV is on the picture is out of alignment on the corner with the damage. The picture on the left side is about 1 inch lower then the picture on the right. The picture on the right is also slightly lower then it should be I think. Subtitles or scrolling text are difficult to read. Is this something that can be adjusted back relatively easily (and cheaply)? i have a sony projection tv, all of a sudden my picture is not aligned. it looks like there is a red shadow. why would this occur and how can i fix it. i have presses the auto alignment button but the problem still persists....pls help, any info would be great

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Look in the menu for a manual alignment. From there you should be manually able to adjust each corner and overall color alignment unless other damage has occurred. Try that first.

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