We've recently had some rooms reconfigured and all the door frames and doors replaced. The builders did the tricky work but we've been left to decorate. When the builders left the door frames and jamb were very rough. I've filled and sanded to make them look better,knot sealed, undercoated and top coated the frames and top coated the primed door. Since doing this the door won't close. There isn't enough room between the jamb and the door for paint. It's squeezing against the door jamb all down the hinge side. Having finished with the painting is there a way to move the jamb enough for the door to close properly?
If wooden door frames, the jambs are usually just attached with small finishing nails.
They should be able to pull off easily starting at the bottom, and remounted leaving a tiny space between the closed door and jamb.
They might be stuck on the frame by the paint also, along with the nails.
Remove all of the jambs, top and sides.
Will probably want to sand lightly the frames and touch up or repaint before putting the jambs back on.