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Old 03-26-2020, 08:39 AM   #10
Duckologist
Eight Point
 
Join Date: Mar 2018
Location: SW Louisiana
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Originally Posted by Chootem View Post
Get a tiny drillbit and drill some test holes at the top of the existing wall so you can “feel” around. If it has a double top plate it is a loadbearing wall. In this case you will need a header. If it has a single top plate it is a non-loadbearing wall and you can just frame it out with 2 x 4.
I can actually get behind the wall and look. There is an access panel in the closet that goes in there but it's useless for the AC application. I don't thing it's a load bearing wall. It's not even 6 feet tall. The way the roof/ceiling pitches down leaves this a short wall. It's an inside wall leading to attic/crawl space. It is not an outside, roof supporting wall.
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