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If you buried the screed, the stucco cannot fully drain and dry out.
Do you remember seeing that screed?
If you did, comment here and we can go to the next step.
Best thing to do would be to get a stucco contractor out there to give you an estimate on installing a weep screed. From that pic, I can't tell see how large the entire area is.
Next best thing, is to do it your self...unless you are very familiar with a 3" grinder, I wouldn't recommend that you try it.
Comment back about how "handy" you are or, are not.
my 'handy'-factor is: capable; [i even own a grinder]. did you want me to 'slot' the stucco?
Kinda thought you'd find that...go to HD or Lowes and look at a weep screed b/4 you do any cutting. You will see that it has a flange which enables it to be nailed on to the studs or bottom plate of the wall. Unfortunately, slotting the stucco won't do the trick. The screed should be retrofitted.
When (& if ) you cut the stucco, it is 7/8" deep. Behind it there is chicken wire on top of
Comment back if you need any more help.
Sound like something you can do?
But the stucco is gone. You need to cut the stucco above the bottom hing in the door with a carbon balde on a saw. remove all wet or molded areas and maybe the framing. Let dry with fans. This will be a hard cure as well. Is the tile around this area not under it?
If so then there's the issue and to fix it is not hard but will take some.
You may need a poured lower ledger to place wall on.