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I would remove the top feeder, by twisting it before lifting very far, to break the comb loose from the box, if attached at the bottom. Then inspect the hive, make any adjustments, and replace the feeder as was. The comb in the feeder is unsightly to us, but is just fine for the bees.

I would leave the supers as is for now. As cool weather approaches, the bees will consolidate the stores and you will know better then what is needed.
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