Consider a formation control problem in which agents in Euclidean space are tasked with stabilizing their positions at prescribed target distances from each other, and for which these distances are described by a rigid graph. There is a mismatch in target distances if there is a pair of neighboring agents i and j such that agent i aims to stabilize from agent j at a distance dij, but agent j from agent i at a slightly different distance d′ij. A mismatch in target distances results in a mismatch in the associated interaction laws. It was shown in a recent paper  that when there is a small mismatch in the interaction laws, the entire formation undergoes a constant rigid motion. In this work, we build on this observation to establish a controllability result. Specifically, given that there is a selected subset of agents that can control the mismatches in interactions among them, we show that if these agents are fully connected and form a nondegenerate triangle (or more generally, a nondegenerate k-simplex in the k-dimensional case), then it is possible to control an arbitrary rigid motion of the entire formation.