load-bearing or non load-bearing wall?
Thanks for the quick replies.
Here is more info and a couple of pics from the attic. In the first picture, you see the 2X4 that makes up the top plate of the wall, and you can clearly see that there is no contact point with the web. In the second picture you see a little bit more of the trusses, again with the 2X4 that makes up the top plate of the wall (to the right completely).
@kwikfishron, I agree with you that the header should be solid or at least strengthened with plywood to make it load bearing.
@Yoyizit, the 2X4X5' that makes the bottom part of the header is sagging a little (no more than a 1/4"), with the lowest point in the middle. I think this is due to the fact that trimers are found below that 2X4 on each side but not above it. It is definitely not designed to support a load. I still have to do the level line exercise to see if the whole ceiling is sagging.