@Megan Roche weird-- I think I accidentally replied to your duplicate thread. Hope you can see it (?)
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If the wall is bowing inward , I would be concerned . If they are cracks and the wall is flat and level , and a professional company did the repair , I would be less concerned .
Take a 4 or 6 ft level and place it on the wall to see if it lays flat
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