There's no adjustments on those hinges short of moving them, but if there's 3 of them on the door remove them 1 at time , I'd start with middle one & see which it might be out of whack, otherwise something is out of level or plumb.
Danny & Linda
Sold our '13 Thor Redwood 36 FB
Currently RV & truckless
I would take one off and see if it folds flat in one direction and not in the other. I remember some hinges not folding all the way in one direction so I would look into that. It may be that one or more of the hinges are installed backwards. Just a suggestion.
Steve and Diane
2016 38 RSB3
2014 F-350 Lariat Diesel Dually
I just looked at mine closely. The screws are hitting either the jamb or the edge of the door.
Screws need to be FLUSH to the hinges or you will have "hinge bind".
These hinges don't have any space when closed like standard hinges. Once the screws are flush if there is some binding then place a 1/16" by 1/4" and the height of the single half of the hinge behind it closest to the hinge pivot. This will place the hinge with a bit of an angle.
Personally I have no problem with a small about of bind.