I have read the posts where the door has been full of water and the extra weight
pulls it down. I do not think that is my issue, although I fully could be wrong. My door is not that heavy, but I do not know what the original weight
is. I thought of drilling a couple of small weep holes to see if water leaks
out. That would tell me for sure. The more I look at it, It seems maybe that the body is sagging. The door on the hinge side is closer than the farther side. If the body was sagging, it would pull it away from the bench inside right? And the sag would show more in the door the farther away from the sag making my gap bigger away from the hinge. Please correct me if I have this backwards. I got to poking around today and it looks as if the FG tape holding the body had started to delaminate on the inside of the bench. The PO had tried to "patch" it by covering it with polyester putty which did not hold well. I also noticed that the body is sitting a little heavy on the frame in the front. I woke up in the middle of the night last night out of deep sleep realizing the support between the galley and cabinets is gone. So what I have is:
1. body sitting on frame at tongue.
2. no support (on order) between galley and upper cabinet.
3. 3/4" gap between bench and body on inside.
4. door gap that is a little larger opposite of the hinge side.
Would this equal body sag?