Python will let you know if something is misaligned, there's no need to manually re-do indentation.
And it did. Not extremely specific about what exactly was wrong with the syntax but it gave you a line number to stare at.
If staring at it isn't enough, I suggest opening up a second code file and copying the offending part of the code to isolate it, to make sure that the mistake really is in the couple of lines that you copied, just keep removing things until you've got the least amount of code remaining that still produces the syntax error. By now you shouldn't have much code left and you should know what you're trying to do, so if you don't recognize it, go google for some code examples containing what you're doing, in this case if-elif-else statements.
It doesn't take many mistakes like this to develop an eye for what's wrong