#1
What if the bridge is not exactly parallel to the body? It's very close, but not exact. Should I fix it?
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#2
When you have the bridge floating just above neutral position, the tremolo's stiffness is slightly reduced. This increases the amount of pull-up a bit (at the expense of drop) but can cause string breakage upon severe/quick pullup due to the extra travel.

If it is slightly sunk below neutral it will stiffen the tremolo and also jeopardize tremolo stability or the ability for the trem to return to the "zero" resting point.
#3
How do you adjust it?
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#4
You need adjust the tremolo claw springs. Make small adjustments and turn each screw the same amount.

If the tremolo is too flat, loosen the tremolo claw screws or if it has too much angle, tighten them.