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Sufficiency of Evidence

Schloesser now appeals, arguing that the Appeals Council erred because: (1) it failed to apply SSR 83‐20 in its determination of his onset date; (2) its findings that he did not suffer from severe impairments of cervical radiculopathy, major joint dysfunction, and history of left shoulder surgery were not supported by substantial evidence; and (3) its finding that his residual functional capacity (“RFC”) did not include being off‐task up to 10% of the workday or needing unscheduled breaks was not supported by substantial evidence.

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