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Parallelogram (Votes: 54)
Dovetailed ways (Votes: 15)
+1 on this.
Set your box on a known flat surface.
Use wedges, or folded sheets of paper to
get the top level to that known surface.
I once had a similar problem. The cable that connected the LCD to the main board had come loose.Rich Harman Today, 9:43 PM