Professor R. D. Brown has brought to our attention an error in our Theorem 4.2. This would, in turn, invalidate Theorem 3.6 which depends on Theorem 4.2. The basic flaw is that the alignment hypothesis of Proposition 4.1 is not satisfied by the product space projections, Qn. Interestingly, such product space constructions are a common computational device in applications of the T*T method, but apparently seldom satisfy the alignment hypothesis of Proposition 4.1. We wish here to correct these theorems, and comment on the resulting implications for Example 6.1. In independent and as yet unpublished work, Professor Brown has obtained further new results on convergence of the method of intermediate problems.