I am having issues with an exterior wall.
There seems to be a random base plate that is generating a few feet about the first floor level.
It appears that this plate may also be causing an issue up at the second floor where there is a hole in the exterior wall.
I try deleting the base plate, but I am not able to select.
How can I fix this so that the exterior wall generates properly.
Any feedback is appreciated.
Thank you kindly.
See the areas circled in orange on the attached photos.
Link to PLAN FILE
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