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    Default Wall Corner Unable to Join

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    Attached is a print-out of the reduced building I am trying to assemble.

    I am intending to save a Revit file, just capturing the problem portion so that it can be accessible for diagnoses. But still, I can only go down to 884 kbytes, over the allowable 500 kbytes to upload. So, I settled to pdf-ing.

    It shows two corners, 3 wall forming a U (as seen in plan). The walls are all of the same type and were created in identical procedure. What I don't know is why the right one is misbehaving with the appearance of unnecessary multiple vertical lines while the left part is clean.

    I tried to use the trim (fillet) command, or right clicked on the grip, then disallowed joining so that I can manually meet the walls, or used the wall joins command but it won't get fixed.

    What is the best way to clean this corner?

    I wish I could have the actual file uploaded.
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    Is your right wall inserted as a "block" by any chance ?

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    On the wall join tool, try switching it from butt to miter.
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    have you tried splitting the ends of both wall?
    split and delete the end walls and join them again
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