I have installed some new standard 3" door hinges with a small corner radius on a 32" door. The doors are solid-core oak doors. The hinges appear to look fine and fit perfectly flush in the existing grooves in both the frame and door. But now when I close the door, the door hits the opposite side of the door frame (handle side), and overlaps about 1/16" - 1/8" so it will not shut. The top of the door is fine. It appears to be pretty evenly overlapping, so it's not like the top of the adjacent side is ok and the bottom overlaps.
I assume this is because the hinges must be slightly thicker, or in the closed position they are a bit wider. How do I go about fixing this? I guess I could take them off again, and chisel away a little on the door grooves or in the frame, but how would I keep that consistent? I have 5 more doors to do after this one; I sure hope they are not all this way.