Just going off that one picture, the door hinge needs to be rotated counter-clockwise. I think the clam is fine since it is had to get that much gap at that spot by only moving the front clam. The front clam also looks aligned to the hinge cover, so I'd start with the door first. It'd help to see the door alignment to the rear clam, too.Maybe the clam had been removed for repair and not shimmed correctly afterwards.
Great insight. Thanks for the help!Trying to talk through the type of adjustments you can make (by memory)
At point 1 there are shims that allow you to adjust the depth of the clam edge, so that it sticks out as much as the eyelet and door surface
At point 2 there are shims that allow you to adjust the depth of the clam so that it matches the depth of the panel below
And when you get the whole thing loose, you can slide the clam forward so the door gap is consistent for the entire leading edge of the door, as well as adjust the size of the gap between point two and the panel below.
Hopefully that helps
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