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any suggestions?????

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i am installing a 30"x80" interior solid core wood door. I am also custom making the jambs for this door. My problem is that the wall leans in about 1" from bottom plate to top plate. However my inside jamb is plumb and the header jamb is level also the striker jamb is plumb but if i put the level on the wall it shows that it leans in about 1" . I think this might cause the top of the door to not be flush and cuase it to be out at the top. Any suggestions.....i was wondering if i moved the top hinge out and bottom hinge in this might help.....is this the way to go???
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I have a hard time visualizing from typed words. If I'm picturing this right, granted I'm probably not, I've ran into it before. In my particular situation I was able to leave the jamb extra big, And run the planer down the wall where it stuck out. Of course my mind is picturing four different scenarios, so who knows if that even makes sense.
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