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Door adjustment. one side of door is taller than the other.

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There are usually nylon washers on the bottom hinge pin. Last time the doors were removed one was probably lost. On a side by side or french door model the washers should be in the same place on each side. There is usually one or two on the bottom and at least one on top.

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