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Red outlines in the picture

It just started in the middle of a show. I started get these red outlines all of the sudden and for no apparent reason. Help

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Somewhere in the tv menu there is a place to make video adjustments. one should be for aligning the color guns. one is for red and the other two are green and blue. it will give you a cross in the center of the screen. it should also give you prompts to adjust the lines for centering and to save changes. this happens eventually on all rear projection tv sets.

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