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    RRP here...your post got buried, but I'd sure appreciate any feedback whenever if my suggestion for fixing your alignment worked. I know the stacked quarters trick works for others. Thanks.
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    May 2014
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      Appreciate the help.

      I ended up taking the bands and getting them loose. Loosened up the hinge and took the springs off. Held the lid down and re aligned it and the bands to the center. Put it all back together and it looked good until I cooked and the has a tiny bit of an under bite. Not bad though. Ended up tightening down while it was warm from a cook and it got much tighter an hasn't moved since. Gasket is working out better and by rubbing on the back end by the hinge and I can see the smoke stains on there and it's not too far off front to back now. Enough I can live with it for now.