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Alignment of lid/seal on chest freezer

The lid on my Wood's chest freezer appears to be slightly misaligned. The seal appears to be OK, but I want to be sure. Is there a way to adjust the hinge settings so that the lid/seal aligns neatly with the body of the freezer?

The model number is CO7HDA and there is another number - R134a.
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