Top Level Navigation Links not working in Wordpress

My top Navigation links in my main menu don't link to the page, the sub level pages link just fine.

For Example:

About us
  - Mission Statement
  - Our Team

When I click on the "About Us"  nothing happens even though the link behaviors on mouse over behave like it is a link.

Not sure if this makes a difference, but I'm using the Customizr theme.
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Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
What does Appearance | Menus look like?
deitercat2Author Commented:
I have attached a partial capture of my menu.

At the bottom of the menu the option is available for:
Auto add pages
 Automatically add new top-level pages to this menu

Theme locations
 Main Menu


The option for Main Menu is checked.
Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
That looks right, so it might be the theme or a javascript error.  Check the web console in your browser to see if any errors are present on page load.  

What plugins are installed?

Has anyone gone mucking about in functions.php?
deitercat2Author Commented:
No, but I've noticed something about the behaviors.  The top level navigation that has sub navigation has to be clicked to show the sub navigation, therefore the "on-click" method is set to open the subnav.  

I have no idea how to change the behaviors in the "Customizr"  theme, I would prefer that on mouseover the sublevel nav show up and the onclick link to it's page.

I hope I'm making sense.

Would love to hear some ideas.
Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
therefore the "on-click" method is set to open the subnav.  

Yes, but that's a change to the default menu behavior so you have to figure out where that change was made.  Functions.php is the first place I'd look, followed by header.php

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