Thanks for the response and suggestions.
Here is a bit more data:
The 3 supers are all plastic foundation. In an effort to get them to work this foundation, I've rubbed them with honey from one of my other hives. No luck. The girls in this one hive ignore the supers, just cleaning off the honey and nothing else.
The hive is quite strong, with 3 brood boxes, and lots of bees. The 3 deeps are about 70% full of bees and 90% full of foundation with either honey or larva. The 3 brood boxes have plastic foundation. However, the amount of movement outside of the hive is light, which is different from my other hives and those of local beeks. If fact, a hive located within 20 feet has a lot of outside movement.
I could move a super with drawn comb over to that hive. I'd think that might work.
It's almost as if this hive has retired for the summer and decided to just "kick back" and enjoy the weather.
It doesn't make sense to me.