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Refrigerator door sagging

I have a frigidairewith the freezer located at the top. My refrigerator door is sagging. So the seal is not sealing. It is only sagging on the left side (the opening side). The right side, or the hinge side is fine. So when you look at the frig, the door sags downward towards the left. The bottom hinge washers look fine. Is it possible that the bottom hinge (L-bracket) is slightly bent?

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